Old injustices don't simply disappear with time – they tear a nation apart.
Two social scientists investigate why working-class white men are particularly receptive to President Trump's racist and anti-immigrant messages.
Where do old Confederate statues go when they die? The former Soviet bloc countries could teach the US something about dealing with monuments from a painful past.
Faced with open and hidden prejudice, some British Muslims downplay their difference in public in order to succeed.
Just what is Boris Johnson, the UK's new prime minister: a liberal or conservative? A historian writing a book about Brexit, the focus of much of Johnson's career, says the man is hard to pin down.
How to support students from diverse backgrounds to appreciate the inherent value of engaging one another in close friendships remains a question for educators.
Trump and Zuma seek to sell explanations of their misfortunes to the socially insecure and economically vulnerable. To an alarming extent they succeed.
President Donald Trump has appealed to his base by attacking four Democratic Congresswomen of colour.
Rumour has it British actress Lashana Lynch will play 007 in the next Bond film. If true, the move will be a welcome change to a franchise that has long remained the epitome of conservatism.
With the House of Representatives taking the unusual approach of censuring a sitting president, attention will now turn to next week's testimony by Robert Mueller.
Agriculture appears to carry a stronger set of negative stigmas than other careers, but this is only half the story.
Urban gardening is a departure point for learning about land and relationships, as well as food, consumer culture and social activism.
Opera companies around the world are grappling with an ever-widening gap between a repertoire frozen in time and an increasingly critical audience.
The more they fight, the more popular they become – and the more pushback they receive.
It's time race equality was practised in the academy, not just preached.
Barracking has been a colourful and controversial part of Australian Rules football since the game's inception. Now, the AFL is trying to maintain order – and fans are irate.
Racism online is hurtful and damaging. But it can also spill into the real world with deadly consequences – such as the Christchurch terrorism attack.
New research has found that racial vilification is a common occurrence in junior sport in Australia – and is rarely punished when it happens.
Since Reconstruction, states have leased prisoners to US industries. That diminished in the 20th century, but now it's resurging, with prisoners leased to harvest food for American consumers.
Social biases in digital tech create racist face recognition software and sexist hiring tools, but more data collection isn't the answer.