prejudice

View My Own

Black People Die Every Year From a Liam Neeson ‘Impulse’

Liam Neeson’s brand of racism never comes from an impulse. It’s innate.
Noel Ransome
2.6.19
Views My Own

12 Types of White People I’d Like to Call the Cops On

Because why let Permit Patty and Coupon Carl have all the fun?
Noel Ransome
7.23.18
Qustion of the Day

We Asked People to Share Their Least Acceptable Opinions

Everyone is secretly a jerk about something.
Michael Migali
4.26.18
Culture

How to Know If You Are a ‘Hipster Racist’

Take it from me, your black friend. I know the signs.
Noel Ransome
11.22.17
Culture

What’s the Right Way to Deal With a Racist?

Jagmeet Singh’s reaction to a heckler has been a viral sensation, but some people of colour think the praise has been telling.
Tamara Khandaker
9.12.17
Views My Own

I Cheered for Floyd Mayweather Because We’re Both Black Men and I Regret It

And it's deeper than just skin colour. It's also the systems that make that an issue.
Noel Ransome
8.29.17
Culture

People of Colour Talk About the Times They ‘Code Switched’

“Acting white” can be a survival strategy, but it also comes with a lot of baggage.
Moses Monterroza
8.17.17
Travel

Travelling as a Person of Colour Is Stressful

Trips are supposed to be relaxing, but I can’t help but be on edge.
Sarah Hagi
7.26.17
Culture

Why Tipping Stereotypes Make Dining Shitty for People of Colour

It sucks to have to worry about being stereotyped when you just want to have a nice time at a restaurant.
Sarah Hagi
6.30.17
accents

Why People Still Laugh at Asian Accents: An Investigation

As a comic of Asian descent, I needed to know the answer.
Celeste Yim
6.9.17
police brutality

All Victims Should Be 'Ideal Victims'

An expert on criminology explains what it takes for black men brutalized by police to get the benefit of the doubt.
Brian Josephs
5.31.17
crime

Why Kids Need to Learn About Lynching

The new documentary 'An Outrage' visits lynching sites in six Southern states to explore one of the most brutal chapters in America's dirty past – and its connections to modern racism and police brutality.
Seth Ferranti
3.10.17
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