“The first ticket I see that’d put me somewhere else—I’d go to Sweden for all I care. I’m out. I’ve lived here long enough,” says Omotegawa.
The use of blackface remains common in many Asian countries across variety shows, TV dramas, advertisements, and social media.
Uber and Lyft say they care about Black lives, but their business models and lobbying disproportionately hurt people of color.
Experts in addressing racism and bias in the workplace have been very, very busy.
Looking back at the widely criticized black square campaign reveals what the actual risks (and occasional rewards) are to sharing our moral beliefs online
Pockets of cities and states around the United States have banned police use of facial recognition, but progress is slow.
George Henríquez is making history as he fights for the rights of marginalized Black and Indigenous populations of the Atlantic Coast.
The bill is expected to ban chokeholds, create federal standards for no-knock warrants, and more.
Organizers around the country point to huge shifts in public perception—and gradual changes in policy—as this year's victories.
“I realized that my brother died probably like six months after he had already passed, because I've never really had that time to sit there,” Philonise Floyd told VICE News.