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.
A new book offers a mesmerizing look at life among the most violent sections of early 20th-century America's Chinese underclass.
Terrorism almost destroyed my life before I was even born.
We talked to people about battling light-skinned and dark-skinned stereotypes.
I sought a deeper meaning for my life, outside of the mundane existence of my working-class neighborhood struggle.
Events such as this might often feel tacky and patronising, but they are still a powerful weapon against our own prejudices.
The horrific murders are tragic, but they're not surprising. You could even say they're just the latest in South Carolina's long history of violence and hate.
Damian Fatale is a drag performer who believes more should be done to to promote acceptance of different body shapes and sizes in the gay community.
This was a rough year for minorities. If you're not getting shot at, you're probably being called a name or generally harassed for something you have no control over.
He recounts a story where a girl called him the "n-word" and threw a soda at him, which lead him to hate all white people when he was in high school.
No more will us redheads have to fear the baying, murderous mobs.
And the government doesn’t seem to care.