As a political tool with a long history and dubious boundaries, whiteness – by its very fluidity – fosters violence.
Research on how black people try to avoid racism in their daily lives shows that following white, mainstream standards can have mixed results.
With the number of multiracial Americans growing, there’s a fierce debate in the black community over who’s black – and who isn’t.
Younger evangelicals have a very different view of their faith.Their perspective on issues such as immigration and economic inequality differs widely from that of the religious right.
Rachel Dolezal isn’t the only one who experiences a transition in racial categories, but what are the implications of inconsistent racial identifications on mental health?
Sections of South Africa’s student movements regard transformation as a complete failure. Responding to this perceived failure, some have adopted an anti-democratic stance.
The rhetoric of racial purity is full of suggestive terms like illness, weakening and dilution. These imply the medicalisation of the nation.
Black Like Us? – a new exhibition at the Birmingham Museum of Art – looks at how blackness has been portrayed in American art through the years.
What is the experience of white students when racial issues are being taught in classrooms? Are we missing engaging an essential part of diversity?