By Ben Wrobel on April 12, 2014
Millenials are more diverse, more tolerant and more open to government solutions than their elder counterparts.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on April 4, 2014
Research into cancer among minority groups is stalling at the same time as non-white Americans are bearing more of the country's cancer burden.
By Bryce Covert on April 3, 2014
Black women graduate high school, attend college, participate in the labor force, and start businesses at higher rates, but they still get left behind.
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By Aviva Shen on April 1, 2014
The regulations, released Monday, prohibit twists, multiple braids, headbands, and other hairstyles that are mainly used by black women.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on March 28, 2014
Gov. Dennis Daugaard just approved a law that assumes the Asian American women in his state don't value girls as much as boys.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on March 21, 2014
It's just the latest example of how pregnant women across the country are being made into criminal suspects.
By Bryce Covert on March 20, 2014
Black-owned small businesses are getting less than 2 percent of loans, down from 8.2 percent of all loans before the recession.
By Scott Keyes on March 20, 2014
"You said what you meant," Alfonso Gardner, a 61-year-old African American man from Racine, told Ryan at a town hall meeting. "[Inner city is] a code word for black."
By Scott Keyes on March 19, 2014
Hint: they were less than impressed.
By Ian Millhiser on March 18, 2014
Republicans said "thanks but no thanks" to the RNC's advice that they start trying to appeal to women, gay people and people of color.