Hundreds of activists are retracing the path of the 1965 Selma March to highlight the damage done to the Voting Rights Act of 1965 by a 2013 Supreme Court decision.
A series of fires at predominantly black churches since the horrific shooting in Charleston, South Carolina—including two blazes in the same state—have raised the specter of copycat racial violence.
There is dissent as to whether the term strictly applies to chocolate sprinkles, but far more importantly, there is disagreement over whether the term is racist. Some of those who grew up with the word now refuse to use it.
You'd think that by now Alabama would be tired of being the state where marginalized Americans have to demand their dignity the loudest.
The movie's "race mixing" has provoked some of the most vile, old-fashioned racism you'll encounter this week.
We talked about sexuality, racism, history, the policing of black men's bodies.
Separation, inequality and school segregation are alive and well in the United States.
When Jan Brewer vetoed SB 1062, Arizona's now infamous homophobic "religious-freedom" bill, she kept her state (relatively) safe for gay people and satisfied business interests. The system works!
Will US media and the Supreme Court destroy the Voting Rights Act?