This Week in Racism
Two words: paper bags.
The Academy snubbed minority actors and filmmakers this year, but the problem runs deeper than black faces not holding little gold statues.
Amazon.com's Marketplace allows people from around the world to sell goods online, and some of those products are tied to hate groups.
White supremacists have New Year's resolutions too. Most of them involve the subjugation of minorities. Also, puppies.
The president and first lady told "People" magazine about the times when they've experienced racism firsthand.
This was a rough year for minorities. If you're not getting shot at, you're probably being called a name or generally harassed for something you have no control over.
This doesn't do much to change the perception that the police have it out for black men in America.
Thanksgiving is a holiday about inclusion and harmony. While our politicians debate immigration reform, perhaps it's time we remember that.
Hit podcast Serial has come under fire for a perceived racial blindspot: It's yet another pop culture phenomenon about minorities brought to you by white people.
The recent viral sensation exposes very real problems with how men treat women, but some pundits are now claiming that the video's racial politics are problematic.
A potentially drunk tour guide in San Francisco regaled German tourists with her numerous gripes with the Chinese people living in her city. Fortunately for us, someone filmed it.