Asian Americans, the popular conception goes, don't protest. But by not doing so, we are contributing to white supremacy.
The demonization of black victims and the lionization of law enforcement have to stop.
Jul 20, 2016
Not every lesson learned from mom and dad is valuable.
Marc Rainford said systemic racism in policing exists but he doesn't think Black Lives Matter is making things better.
This guy really doesn't know when to shut up.
Kayvan Khalatbari runs one of the only minority-owned cannabis businesses in America—but he wants that to change.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and Toronto Mayor John Tory got schooled last night.
We spoke to 18-year-old Marayam Ali about fighting institutional racism in the UK and what it's like getting thrust into the media spotlight.
Nunavut, Vancouver, and Northwest Territories police forces show some of the lowest diversity ratios.
'All Lives Matter' has a new spokesman and he doesn't believe in gravity.
It's this angst over a more black and brown America, coupled with a widespread frustration with the political system, that is the driving force behind the juggernaut of Donald Trump.
At this point, I'm emotionally drained from trying to explain how I can be both pro-law enforcement and pro-Black Lives Matter.
Police reform is alive and well, activists and experts say, but the assassination of cops doesn't exactly help the cause.
Sorry Uncle Dave, Canada's racist, too.
People who've never experienced racism shouldn't be detracting from this fight.
A former volunteer quit saying Pride's backpedaling on BLMTO's demands is a 'shame.'
"We can't take something hostage that belongs to us, that we created."
Despite the outrage, Pride has always been about marginalized groups having their voices heard.
Black Lives Matters put a list of demands to Pride organizers Sunday, including that cops be barred from future parades.
Trying to use services like AirBnB and Uber can be difficult if you're not a white dude.
I could never let Islamophobia stop me from seeing my country. At the end of the day, I'm an American. If I don't go out and confront the ignorance that tries to take that identity away from me, I'm letting it win.
Anyone who's lived here as a non-white Brit could tell you that—but we could be turning this recent spate of racial incidents into an opportunity.
Having a separate event for brown and black LGBTQ people may seem divisive, but we're not yet living in a post-racial utopia that somehow excludes Pride from prejudice.
While Twitter has become a space where black intellectuals have to constantly face off against racists and bigots, Snapchat creates a fun and intimate community among users that's devoid of vitriol.