Historically, suicide rates have been higher among whites than blacks across all age groups.
Some saw the outrage itself as an ignorant perspective: "Why aren't you all equally upset that Brooklyn hired a white curator for photography?"
In a viral video, Momberg had referred to black people as “kaffirs,” a derogatory term that was frequently used during South Africa’s apartheid regime.
Many of the attacks occurred during South by Southwest, when much of the music and movie world descends on Austin.
Higbie reportedly said black women think "breeding is a form of government employment."
“There’s a lot of fear that we are sliding back, that the worst times may come again."
Families of color will be hurt by the GOP tax plan.
Mississippi voters and lawmakers have upheld that the state flag, which features the Confederate emblem, should be upheld, but the U.S. Supreme Court may get the final word.
The poet, essayist and playwright is one of 23 new fellows announced Thursday by the MacArthur Foundation.
Study shows black teachers have significantly more positive view of black students than white teachers do.
The filmmaker's latest documentary cuts through the mythology surrounding baseball's greatest pioneer while connecting the dots between the Civil Rights era and today.
“Look at O.J. He did it. His lawyers is how he got off.... If he had a public defender, he’d be in jail.”
Scalia’s assertion that African-Americans don’t do well at fast-track schools is just plain wrong.
The data could help contextualize the ongoing battles over free speech at American college campuses.
The Pulitzer Prize winner, which debuts Friday on the West Coast, will be the most produced play of the season in the U.S.
Minority groups continue to be left out of clinical trials—and left to suffer overall worse medical care.
African-American men were included as part of clinical testing but excluded from treatment.
Doomsday predictions about the survival of historically black colleges and universities is not fair or helpful.
The officer killed Jonathan Ferrell, a former Florida A&M football player who had wrecked his car on a dark road and was seeking help.