The legacy of racism in both the United States and the United Kingdom has impacted the ability of Blacks and other ethnic groups to accumulate wealth.
Pauli Murray, the first Black woman to be ordained by the Episcopal Church, was an advocate for women’s rights and racial justice.
Ensuring visible minorities have equitable access to affordable housing is an important step in fulfilling the National Housing Strategy’s goal to make affordable housing available to all Canadians.
Considered a pioneer of “Black Studies à la française”, Ndiaye’s appointment comes at a time when issues in race and gender have divided the French political class and public opinion.
Social media can offer Black African young people in Australia safe spaces to engage in positive expressions of afro-Blackness.
The population size of smaller communities is declining, and racism and discrimination are hindering its growth.
The metaphors used to characterize monkeypox can contribute to narratives that help sustain racist, colonial, homophobic and other discriminatory attitudes and beliefs.
Strip searching is a police practice that evokes racial and sexual trauma, and it’s also ineffective. It’s finally time to talk about ending this oppressive police practice.
In today’s episode of Don’t Call Me Resilient, we speak with two Canadian educators who explain how using critical race theory in their classrooms helps both students and teachers.
This is not a drastic approach or a political agenda, but a call to open up spaces for conversations about racism, about whiteness, about race with white people listening and not centring themselves.
White supremacist groups seek to solidify their control over the US by changing the government, sometimes by violence.
Social psychology researchers found that people commonly exaggerate the presence of certain groups – including ethnic and sexual minorities – because they perceive them as ideologically threatening.
The UN refugee convention’s first protected category is race. Yet the current refugee system does not protect Haitians from racism and its consequences.
One of the last relics of ‘lost cause’ ideology is nearing its end as a federal panel has recommended renaming US military bases now honoring Confederate generals.
The government needs to implement its proposed action plan. The families of the missing and murdered put their trust in a federal inquiry process, but have yet to receive that justice.
The world’s indifference to Black African refugees is its own form of trauma.
Learning about First Nations people and their histories can make some feel awkward or uncomfortable at times. However, being willing to embrace that discomfort is vital to learning.
Finding ways to make talking about diversity less of a confrontation and more of a dialogue is crucial.
A landmark report in 1999 concluded that the police were institutionally racist, but the new action plan fails to acknowledge it.
If Texas Gov. Greg Abbott had his way, the state’s past of lynching Blacks would be taught as an exception rather than the rule. History tells a different story.