Segregation is not just a problem in London – it's happening in cities all over the world.
Eleven percent of Americans spend more than half of their paycheck on housing. These households rate their health as lower and are less likely to have access to enough nutritious food.
A scholar of discrimination law explains why regulations set up in the 1960s are still critical to protecting racial groups today.
The country's 'Black Mecca' is hosting the Super Bowl. With the NFL's national anthem controversy still lingering, this creates an undeniable paradox.
The Australian justice system must do more to acknowledge the colonial system on which it is built, which inherently privileges whiteness.
Understanding the impact of Apartheid requires looking beyond Nelson Mandela's achievements to the bloody struggles of the African National Congress and international forces prolonging the violence.
Brasília was designed to be a just and inclusive city, but it still failed. Can Egypt's new capital avoid the same mistakes?
Summer time and time to cool off in a pool or lake? The statistics reveal that race complicates the issue: in the U.S., Black people drown at five times the rate of white people.
One year after Charlottesville's white supremacist march, US racism is seen primarily as a Southern-grown problem. But Jim Crow laws started in the North, which has a long history of systemic racism.
The fault lines between highly segregated neighbourhoods have been linked to higher crime rates and mental health issues.
Where people live in the US is still often influenced by racial discrimination. Is the federal government doing enough to carry out the vision of the civil rights era legislation?
African-American minister, theologian and mystic, Howard Thurman, left a profound influence on Martin Luther King Jr.
A dating site has been told to take down its ads, but science highlights some fascinating truths about internet love.
In the 1960s, white newspaper journalists exploited racial divisions to help build the GOP's southern firewall.
A demagogue playing the media to legitimise extreme movements and radical right-wing causes? The US has been here before.
With some tinkering, a federal tax credit that encourages developers to create new units that low-income Americans can afford to rent might yield other benefits.
A mostly white community in Alabama is being allowed to secede from its mostly black school district. Parents are claiming school quality is at stake, but is it really just segregation in disguise?
The national pastime is more than just a sport. In this roundup, we feature stories about baseball's relationship to race, politics, the media and health.
When war broke out, black Americans fought in segregated units to serve their country. The breath of freedom they experienced in Europe flamed the fight for equality when they returned home.
How far we've really come since two very different individuals took a stand against racism 60 years ago.