Scholars of policing, law, race and Minnesota history explain the landmark guilty verdicts handed down in the trial for the murder of George Floyd.
In the absence of explicit national legislation against hair-based discrimination, young people are demanding fairer rules - and a culture shift.
COVID-19 has shown us that we are not “all in this together” despite what politicians may want us to think.
The COVID-19 pandemic has not only increased risk factors for violence, but also simultaneously decreased resiliency for individuals as well as communities.
Fifteen Asian academics discuss the roots of anti-Asian racism and limits of multiculturalism in Canada while charting a path forward.
A peace studies expert explains a technique for resolving conflict that she says is more effective and less divisive than public shaming.
Does it really matter that Indigenous people and other racialized people experience microaggressions? The short answer: Yes.
The more that educators of color feel the need to tiptoe around issue of racism in schools, the less likely they seem to stay in the job, new research shows.
Mainstream academic publishing presents many obstacles to Indigenous authors, especially the conventional peer review process — but there are ways to overcome this.
Chinese-Canadian journalist Edith Eaton documented anti-Asian racism in Canada in the late 19th and early 20th century. Over 100 years later, not much has changed.
A long-lost letter from prison by a civil rights activist provides a window on the pivotal role protesters in South Carolina played in fighting segregation.
White people are the main perpetrators of anti-Asian racism and violence, but white supremacy is still the problem when Blacks and Latinos attack Asians.
Comparisons between Begum's Islamic garb and her new wardrobe suggest that Muslim women's "liberation" depends on westernisation.
Researchers found that both Kenyans and South Africans have a broadly negative view of China, possibly amplified by the pandemic.
In the wake of anti-Asian violence in North America, we need to demand accountability and not just stop after performing mental health check-ins.
Hollywood movies have long leaned into colonial representations of the tropics: imagined as romantic palm-fringed coasts full of abundance, but also scary places full of pestilence and primitiveness.
The widely contested report has caused outrage across the UK. But is it inaccurate?
The destruction of IAP residential school records and media reports that continually emphasize compensation will ensure that if remembered, the process will be remembered through a colonial gaze.
While the mobilization of mathematical literacy can be a powerful tool in the context of social movements, there is also dangers in numerating violence and pain.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, hate crimes targeting Asian Americans have gotten increased media and public attention. New data shows these events are in fact happening more often.