There was a time when I vowed to never bring another black child into this world. "For what?" I thought. "To be beaten, to be caged, to be taught to hate himself and everyone who shares the same skin as him?"
A couple of decades ago, Mark Wahlberg was convicted of assault after almost killing a dude because of the color of his skin. Now, he's asking for a pardon he probably doesn't deserve from the state of Massachusetts.
To understand more about what's been going on in the world of online feminist bashing, I spoke with David Futrelle, who has tracked anti-feminism and the Men's Rights Movement on his blog We Hunted the Mammoth.
There are hundreds of Black Israelite congregations across North America preaching their own brand of religious-based racism. I hung out with the leader of a Bronx chapter and learned how a white man might avoid getting ass-raped on Judgment Day.
Residents of Harrison, in Boone County, Arkansas, want to move beyond the town's racist history. The trouble is, the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan have settled in the area and made it their national headquarters.
Michelle Lhooq takes another stroll down the ass crack of the internet to find out what's happening on some of the web's most racist forums. Some of what she uncovers is so ignorant, it's almost as funny as it is sad. The glut of hate and negativity makes…
In many ways, the Geography of Hate affirms what we already know: Americans are fucking racist. Homophobic and ableist, too. But while that may not come as a surprise, the map reveals a startling bigotry coursing beneath our preconceived notions of just w…
What has America done to Chechnya? While we'll still be searching for more information about the Tsarnaev brothers and what motivated them for months—if not years—to come, their roots in Chechnya and the history of that country are a good place to start.
I chatted with the creator of 'The Boondocks' about a live-action film starring Uncle Ruckus and a bunch of other things like black self-hatred, post-Obama race relations, and why Herman Cain is the real-life Uncle Ruckus.
Prospective settlers of Hashmonaim receive a handy FAQ sheet: "Is this area over the 'Green Line?' " reads one question. "Geographically and tax-wise, yes," the sheet explains. But because it's guarded by armed men and the Israeli government sanctions the…