By Bryce Covert on October 22, 2013
The Guardian's list of America's top paid CEOs is filled solely by white men.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on October 21, 2013
'12 Years A Slave' is the rare movie that prioritizes a black man's character development over the growth of the white people who might learn from him.
By Zack Beauchamp on October 18, 2013
How the South's unique blend of historic racism and conservative religiosity explains the Tea Party -- and why the South may not be exceptional forever.
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By Alyssa Rosenberg on October 17, 2013
Wes Anderson's tended to put men of color in the corners of his stories. In 'The Grand Budapest Hotel,' one takes center stage for the first time.
By Travis Waldron on October 17, 2013
Painting Adrian Peterson as an absentee father isn't productive, it's a lazy perpetuation of stereotypes that aren't correct.
By Annie-Rose Strasser on October 17, 2013
The school's name honors a KKK Grand Wizard.
By Travis Waldron on October 11, 2013
With major media attention, Native American groups are renewing their fight against imagery in sports, and highlighting the deep sociological consequences of names like "Redskins."
By Zack Beauchamp on October 9, 2013
How race and racism formed the scaffolding that structures American politics -- even as explicit battles over race receded from our daily politics.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on October 7, 2013
Fitz's awfulness is part of 'Scandal's brilliant exploration of how terrible it is to have to violate your core principles for a totally mediocre person.
Two 'Saturday Night Live' sketches serve as a reminder that you can learn one lesson about race, but that doesn't mean you know everything.