If socio-political issues like racism, casteism, violence and policy failures affect our mental health so much, why do mental health professionals remain largely silent on them?
Travis Scott and J Balvin's "signature meals" have been great PR, dwarfing the news that McDonald's is facing two major racial discrimination lawsuits.
The victim in the Hathras case belonged to the Dalit community, considered lowest in the caste hierarchy.
A Google contractor alleged in a complaint to the New York State Division of Human Rights on Wednesday that she experienced retaliation and harassment from Google employees after she suffered a knee injury.
Interviews with Louisville SWAT members suggest alarms were raised before the raid that killed Breonna Taylor, and that many left the scene with serious concerns.
Historians and activists say the plan to rename a Mughal museum is in sync with the idea of a Hindu nation.
Members of a scheduled caste were barred from entering barbershops in a village in the southern Indian state of Kerala. A government-run salon is changing that.
"The CEO said the organization was indeed diverse, despite having only white women in its leadership positions."
In the first case of its kind, the U.K. government has stopped using an automated system that discriminated against visa applicants based on their nationality.
These policies continue to serve as a thinly veiled way for bars and restaurants to discriminate against Black patrons.
"My boss told me I wouldn't be getting a promotion or pay raise that cycle. I asked for some feedback, and he said I lacked 'polish.' When I asked what that meant, he said, 'You know, your hair, and stuff.'"