by Casey Quinlan Jul 1, 2015
The rehearing of Fisher v. University of Texas is renewing the conversation on class-based affirmative action.
by Jack Jenkins Jul 1, 2015
Many African Americans see the difference between an official hate crime and an act of “vandalism” as an issue of semantics.
by Jessica Goldstein Jun 29, 2015
Defending Schumer's defense.
by Beenish Ahmed Jun 24, 2015
The town is called Americana and it celebrates its Confederate heritage, while remaining blissfully ignorant of the dark past of its ancestors.
by Mike Isaacson Jun 24, 2015
The "lone wolf" idea is a strategy coined by white nationalists to adapt their racist insurrection for a new age.
by Sam P.K. Collins Jun 19, 2015
"The results of our study suggest that the notion of racial battle fatigue could be a very real phenomenon that might explain how individuals can go from the experience of racism to the experience of a serious mental health disorder."
by Zack Ford Jun 17, 2015 Updated: Jun 17, 2015
A group of transracial adoptees and their supporters are speaking out about how the word "transracial" has been misused in conversations about Rachel Dolezal.
by Sam P.K. Collins Jun 12, 2015 Updated: Jun 15, 2015
No one knows for sure what may have spurred Dolezal to behave the way she did. But her case may have the makings of what researchers call “self-deception.”
by Jessica Goldstein Jun 3, 2015
"I am the one to blame."
by Ian Millhiser Jun 1, 2015
Chief Justice Roberts's crusade against many civil rights laws goes back to the earliest years of his career.