Keeping Up Appearances as a 'Model Minority' Can Have Serious Mental Health Consequences
The importance of maintaining "face" in Asian cultures goes back thousands of years. In the US, where Asian Americans also grapple with a rampant high-achiever stereotype, people are suffering silently.
Here’s How Big Far Right Social Network Gab Has Actually Become
Gab has experienced a huge growth spurt in the first half of 2019, a worrying sign of the spread of hateful ideologies and radicalisation online.
Google Employee Writes Memo About 'The Burden of Being Black at Google'
“Over the last five years I've heard co-workers spew hateful words about immigrants, boast unabashedly about gentrifying neighbourhoods, mockingly imitate people who speak different languages, reject candidates of colour without evidence because of 'fit'.
Trump Just Shared an Anti-Immigrant Tweet from a QAnon Conspiracy Theorist Named 'MAGA Michelle'
“Thank you, and the Wall is under major construction!” Trump responded.
Exclusive: Trump Says He Doesn't Do Political Strategy. This Memo Shows Otherwise
This document strongly suggests presidential Twitter tantrums against everyone from AOC to the entire city of Baltimore are no accident.
Far-Right Activists Targeted a Vegan Cafe Assuming Antifa Were There
The owner of Cafe Frida tells VICE they were surprised they were targeted by the far-right because they don’t really take a stance politically.
Canada Adds Far-Right Groups to Terror Watch List for First Time
Those include Blood and Honour and Combat 18, which both have roots in the UK.
Neo-Nazis on DeviantArt Radicalized a Woman Who Planned a Mass Shooting
The cutesy art site was the surprising birthplace for a number of players in the modern extreme-right movement.
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."
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The Far-Right Views Behind the London Bombings of 1999
David Copeland put people into neat categories that could never mix, but his worldview was a warped and violent one – and it's worth remembering, 20 years later, how others get to his point.
'Native Son' Proves How Little Has Changed for Black People in America
HBO's modern adaptation of Richard Wright’s 1940 novel shows the fears and anxieties that constrain so many black people.
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.