Trump got into the Oval Office by hating our last president. Now that he doesn’t have Obama or Hillary, he’s set his sights on four congresswomen of color—especially Rep. Ilhan Omar. Will it backfire?
A white Jewish writer reflects on his family's role in segregation politics, and how the Queen of Soul and other Black artists connect him to this history.
Anti-abortion laws have never been concerned with different opinions on “personhood”; they’re all about upholding white supremacy through racial and gender oppression.
Men with presidential ambitions on both sides of the aisle expect their spouses and daughters to clean up after their misogyny and racism. If you want our support, speak with us directly.
No matter how toxic their behavior, boys like Nick Sandmann are defended, protected, and even encouraged to cultivate their privilege.
The practice that kept people of color from securing home and business loans was banned 50 years ago, but its impact, especially on food access, can still be felt acutely today.
She might be spilling the tea now with her new tell-all book, but the opportunistic former White House aide has knowingly colluded with white supremacists. Why do we have her back?
There’s a long history of white women harassing Black people and getting cops to arrest them. The only danger they feel is of losing their place within the white patriarchy.
The criminal justice system continues to allow police to murder people of color and fails to compensate families for their immense loss. It is now up to us to save ourselves.
White people have proven they already understand racism. So what can Black people do for self-protection?