In a territory landowners wanted to become a state, white immigrants were less threatening to American nativists on the mainland.
Black Panther and its sequel are more than just good movies: they can be used as teaching tools.
Bias-motivated attacks became a distinct crime in the 1980s. But police investigate only a fraction of the roughly 200,000 hate crimes reported each year – and even fewer ever make it to court.
Bret Easton Ellis’s grotesquely violent novel is irreducibly misogynist, racist and homophobic. So was Reagan’s America. It’s less darkly comic satire than deadly serious social diagnostic.
Runoff elections in Georgia have a racist past, but the contest between Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker for US Senate is a sign of progress.
Combatting antisemitism isn’t just about ‘calling it out’ – it’s about helping people understand what antisemitism is in the first place.
People across much of North Africa were subject to racist laws and suffering at the hands of European powers during the Second World War.
Any behavior reasonably calculated to dissuade a person from participating in an election is intimidation.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s apology to Black soldiers who served in the First World War was a good first step, but real action is needed to address racism in the Canadian Armed Forces.
The inquest into the death of Kumanjayi Walker has begun, examining the causes of Kumanjayi’s death.
Poor communities of color have spent decades battling US industrial and agricultural pollution. A new EPA office is designed to support their struggle, but history suggests reason for caution.
Russell Marks’ Black Lives, White Law is not about solutions; it’s about identifying the problems with Australia’s criminal legal system, and the injustice it does to First Nations people.
Scholars explain what affirmative action is – and isn’t – as well as what its effects are, and why, among others, the military has supported it for decades.
What deep-dive polls reveal at the political landscape of America as the 2022 midterm election approaches.
Join us for Season 4 of Don’t Call Me Resilient from The Conversation Canada.
For disproportionate policing to be effectively tackled, it is vital to understand the fear and hurt it creates.
The so-called New Right is aiming for an ideological renewal of right-wing politics by focusing on cultural identity and the politics of belonging. Here’s why that’s so ominous.
The US Supreme Court is poised to determine the fate of the use of race in college admissions. Supporters of affirmative action, like the military, fear the worst.
Punishing attendance problems fails to address the issues facing students, from family responsibilities to barriers related to racism or inadequate support for disabilities.
Sexual abuse allegations in Canadian hockey reveal the toxic masculinity that has permeated across sport culture.