The entire concept of professionalism is mostly used to police the behavior and appearance of Black people in the workplace.
Eurocentric ideas of beauty have historically warped the way non-white people evaluate their own physical features.
Our columnist and author Maud Newton speak with candor about her excellent new book 'Ancestor Trouble,' the brutal discovery of being a descendent of slave owners, and the question of reconciling with a bigoted parent.
With the amount of daily microaggressions we deal with alone, navigating life as a Black person in the U.S. is like navigating a minefield.
Our trust in systems, government, and in one another is at an all-time low. Is there any hope for our shared sense of sacrifice?
The double-standard and treatment of Black and brown refugees is part of a long tradition—and it must end.
As tech continues to shape our always-online world, every new camera, app, and device is an opportunity for the law to land in the wrong hands.
Does the New York Times’ executive editor Dean Baquet really expect us to believe that he didn’t realize white Trump supporters are racist?
Since this country’s founding, white people have taken the law—that they created—into their own hands to terrorize and brutalize Black people.
We never seem to be able to get through Black History Month without some white person somewhere showing out. This needs to stop.