It's been nearly four years since the killing of Mark Duggan, and in some ways it feels as though we are even further from justice now than we were in August 2011.
We talked to Rahman about the idea of reverse racism, Charlie Hebdo, and the place of politics in stand-up.
Jim Davidson's fairly racist, unfunny stage show in Glasgow came to an end after he went drinking during intermission.
Following a bizarre internal investigation, the South Florida cops are under fire from all sides.
I'm still trying to figure out what the most loaded two syllables in the English language mean to me.
I've grown so used to shouting the names of martyrs I will never meet that when I finally stood before one, my character collapsed in a moment of surrealism. I said to myself, "This is the one they've been talking about."
Believe it or not, a pro-gun Tory MP made some bigoted comments on a radio show.
Why do we regularly see videos of British women being racist? Why do they seem to make it into the news cycle rather than incidents of public male-perpetrated racism?
Thomas Jackson's resignation is perhaps the most tangible effect so far of last week's scathing Justice Department report on racist policing practices in the Missouri city.
The Liberal leader slammed Harper but defended the government's new security measures.
You'd think that by now Alabama would be tired of being the state where marginalized Americans have to demand their dignity the loudest.
We now have specific examples of what it's like to be black and live there—and it sounds a lot like being a character in a dystopian novel.
Global warming denial, homophobic literature, and leaflets claiming that foreign aid is actually spent on "giving dance lessons to Africans" were just the tip of the iceberg.
According to them, I was stopped because of my "lack of personal hygiene and dirty clothes."
"There's been so much societal indifference and that is really painful for family members to endure," says organizer Audrey Huntley.
How one woman's death altered the way Vancouver's transit police deal with undocumented migrants.
Five decades after the destruction of a largely black neighbourhood in Halifax, former residents are still seeking justice from the city that forced them from their homes.
Feb 23, 2015
Since the 1960s, the UK has been struggling with hooliganism in soccer, which is sometimes called the English disease.
After Chelsea fans abused a black man on the Paris Metro, the club needs to face up to the fact that it's been attracting racists from from across Britain for years.
Or, how I learned to stop worrying and love Ezra Levant, even after he challenged me to kiss a man in a mosque.
We're not as progressive as we'd like to think.
The US military recruited neo-Nazis, gang members, and criminals to fight the war on terror—and now they're coming home.
They're sick of living with non-white people in the West, so they're trying to colonize Africa. Makes sense.
The Confederados are one of the last remaining enclaves of the children of the unreconstructed South.