RACISM

Race and Health

Black Woman Wasn't Allowed to Fly Without Covering Her "Serena Booty." American Airlines Just Apologized.

“I've seen white women with much shorter shorts board a plane without a blink of an eye."
Kelly Vinett
7.12.19
Culture

We Need to Talk About Bollywood's Problem With Making Actors Darker Than They Are

Brownface is not cool, you guys.
Arnav Das Sharma
6.10.19
Culture

A Simple Guide to Pronouncing Unfamiliar Names

Just because someone's name doesn't conform to the norms of your culture doesn't give you the right to ruin it.
Jumi Akinfenwa
4.19.19
RACISM

What I Learned About Racism as the Only Chinese Person at a 'Chinese' Festival

Every year, 20,000 people come together to wear eyeliner and shout "Ni hao" at each other at a Chinese festival in the Bavarian town of Dietfurt.
Marvin Xin Ku
3.29.19
crime

Things I've Learned About Homegrown Terrorism by Following the Alt-Right

In 2015 I started reporting from Reclaim Australia rallies. That movement has now reached a tragic culmination in New Zealand.
Royce Kurmelovs
3.22.19
Society

Instagram Is Good for Lots of Things; Posting Photos of Poor Black Children Is Not One

David Lammy is right: the world needs fewer white saviours.
Dipo Faloyin
3.7.19
Vice Guide to Right Now

Trevor Noah Calls the Possibility of an India-Pakistan War ‘Entertaining’

Guess who also crossed the line of control?
Pallavi Pundir
3.1.19
personal essay

Chicken Wings Are My Culture

With every saucy, saturated, ranch-dipped bite, I embrace an act that in the past was used to stereotype and demean Black people such as myself.
Erica Hawkins
1.14.19
year in review

97 Easy Ways to Be a Better Person

No matter who you are, there are always ways to be kinder to one another. Here are some ideas.
Inês Mendonça
1.2.19
Fashion

Can We Ever Really #Cancel Dolce & Gabbana?

The brand’s scandal shows the power and limits of Diet Prada activism and #cancel culture.
Rachel Tashjian
11.27.18
Culture

People Don't Understand Serena Williams's Controversial 'GQ' Cover

Some are calling it racist and transphobic, but there's more nuance to take into consideration.
Mikelle Street
11.16.18
tv

Stan Lee Was a True Ally For People Of Colour

Beyond the art, comic books and heroes, Stan Lee chose to support diversity and the civil rights movement in a way so few people did.
Noel Ransome
11.13.18
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