For disproportionate policing to be effectively tackled, it is vital to understand the fear and hurt it creates.
A 2014 US Presidential Commission set a guideline that voters should not have to wait more than 30 minutes to cast their ballots. In some voting districts, it’s taking longer than an hour.
Until authorities acknowledge systemic racism and are held responsible for it, Aboriginal people will never see equity or just outcomes.
Disturbing findings of a new report reveal the extent of racism in Scottish cricket.
A landmark report in 1999 concluded that the police were institutionally racist, but the new action plan fails to acknowledge it.
Discussions of racism in Britain centre around the experiences and traumas of Black people, but rarely on the perpetrators.
Romani children across Europe are overrepresented in institutional care. Research shows widely held prejudical views and structural inequality is to blame.
A scholar of African American studies explores how the former secretary of state, who died at 84, dealt with what WEB DuBois described as the ‘double-consciousness’ of being Black and American.
A series of Supreme Court cases based on racist language and reasoning still govern the lives of 4 million Americans.
White denialism of racism provokes a narrative of ‘us versus them.’ Self-reflection and listening are among the ways to be accountable for interrupting and eradicating racism.
After ongoing claims that the UK is devoid of this form of discrimination, what does the term actually mean?
A documentary series aimed to spark national conversation about criminalising coercive control. However, it highlighted power imbalances in conversations between Indigenous and non-Indigenous women.
Our research shows that COVID-19 is disproportionately affecting Black and Asian people, and racism is part of the explanation why.
The widely contested report has caused outrage across the UK. But is it inaccurate?
Reluctance to take the vaccine may not be as unique to Black and Asian communities as it seems
President Wilson sanctioned segregation policies more than a century ago by targeting Black civil service workers.
Decades of diversity training has been a double-edged sword. It’s offered a chance for people of colour to advocate for more inclusive workplaces. But it’s done nothing to tackle structural racism.
With a Supreme Court ruling rejecting one of the founders’ two reasons for creating the Electoral College, only one reason remains: racism.
Overall, waiting times may be improving – but long waits are still common in Black communities.
Half a century after the federal government voided Jim Crow laws, the criminal justice system still discriminates against African Americans.