For Mexicans in America, Joy Is an Act of Survival
We get up in the morning and we tell ourselves we are worthy, we won’t be decimated: we will live.
Trump Wants to Make It Basically Impossible to Sue for Algorithmic Discrimination
A new rule would make it easier for businesses to discriminate without consequence. That’s the point.
Edward Ongweso Jr
The Killing of Trans Women Is Inseparable from Black Lives Matter
We know of 12 trans people murdered this year. All of them have been Black women.
Somehow, Fiverr Ads Have Gotten Even More Tone-Deaf
The company's latest campaign quite literally illustrates how the gig economy exploits women of color.
Oh Great, Rachel Dolezal Is Selling Wrapping Paper With Her Face on It
Among other items, also featuring her face.
The Stigmas Around Botox and Fillers for Black People Are Changing
The age-old saying 'Black don't crack' feels less relevant to a new generation of Black and brown folks who are embracing cosmetic procedures.
9 Mic-Drop Moments from the Reparations Hearing
In which Mitch McConnell and American kleptocracy get owned by Ta-Nehisi Coates.
Being Black in America Is a Health Risk. It's Time for Reparations.
Cash would not only be a form of repayment, it would also undeniably improve people's health.
Why Is It Still So Hard For Young People of Colour to Get Therapy?
More Black and brown millennials are seeking therapy, but there are still major obstacles in a mental health care system designed for white people.
What It's Like to be Labeled a Rude Black Girl
A new report quotes Black women on the ways adults assumed they were sexually active at an early age and labeled them as “loud, aggressive and angry” or “having an attitude problem."
The Disturbing Thing I Learned Studying White Privilege and Liberals
I found a blindspot in my empathy, and our study confirmed it.
Meet the Black Anime Cosplayers Blowing Up on Instagram
Five cosplayers tell us about their love for anime, finding a community within cosplay, and overcoming racist comments.