Hollywood’s antipathy to African-Americans is about to be upset by a true story of American slavery.
The Supreme Court justice has all but said that black lives don’t matter.
The Thirteenth Amendment, outlawing slavery, was passed 150 years ago this week.
Texas education officials have suggested slavery be considered a side issue when teaching the Civil War.
As Missouri's campus dealt with racial unrest, a pair of civil liberties found themselves at odds.
An Australian Apple store refused to let six black teenagers enter.
Police say they are focusing on a "hate crime motive" for the stabbing attack which left two dead.
A woman complained about the toy after her five-year-old son was given it as a birthday present.
A new report has warned of of a "climate of intolerance" in Europe.
The old trope known as “white brains versus black brawn” persists among sports commentators and analysts.
As the PBS film celebrates its 25th anniversary, how does America look back at the Confederacy?
From Trayvon Martin to Rekia Boyd, moderate conservatives have stressed order over justice.
Half of Charlotte’s schools have at least 80 percent of students of one race.
'Wildest Dreams' is not about colonialism but about love, says Joseph Kahn.
Baltimore in 2015 looks a lot like Yonkers, New York, in 1988—which makes HBO’s Show Me a Hero timely and depressing.
A hundred fifty years after the end of the Civil War, the Confederacy is on the run.
John Howard Griffin’s experience of “black passing” in the American South during the late 1950s allowed him to examine the injustices of segregation from a piercing new perspective.
Almost 50,000 racist crimes were reported in Europe in 2013, with Muslim women and Roma most at risk.
A new report on global maternal mortality highlights the U.S. capital’s huge health gap between its richest and poorest children.
New York City was a place that facilitated bondage while preaching freedom.
11 people who were on a police register claim they were added solely because of their ethnicity.