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Liam Neeson Had the Sort of 'Impulse' That Literally Kills Black People
Power walking will never kill this brand of racism because it's innate.
We Asked 105 Experts What Worries Them Most About the Future
Welcome to the dark side of Motherboard’s two-part poll about the future.
There’s a Term For Hating On Vegans And It’s Vegaphobia
“Being a vegan is dope and all the haters can suck my balls.”
How to Respond to Your Ignorant Coworker’s Microaggressions
Unintentional biases wear away at your self esteem. Here are some strategies for curtailing unwelcome and discriminatory comments from coworkers—whether they are directed at you or someone else.
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Twelve Types of White People I’d Like to Call the Cops On
Why let Permit Patty and Coupon Carl have all the fun?
How ‘Westworld’ Uses Multilingualism to Explore Prejudice
From Japanese to Lakota, the show's foreign language episodes spotlight themes of identity and memory.
Homophobia Literally Keeps Gay and Bisexual People Awake at Night
A new study could partly explain why gay and bisexual people run a higher risk of chronic health problems.
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A Black Man's Guide to Not Getting Shot by the Cops
Because you never know how your visit to Starbucks will end.
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'Black Panther' Made Me Feel Beautiful as a Black Person
Some black folks have had to deal with self-hatred for way too long.
My Dad's Military Job Was to Fire Gay People Like Me
"It is tough imaging my father investigating gays and lesbians, turning them into his superiors who would then drum them out of the military. His actions ruined lives."
Future 'Digisexuals' Will Face Discrimination for Fucking Robots, Professors Warn
Broadly spoke with the two authors of a new report on "digisexualities" about how technology can impact sexual identity—and why individuals with technologically-based sexual identities may face prejudice in the future.
How to Know If You Are a ‘Hipster Racist’
Take it from me, your black friend, I know the signs.