Though it is a fact that some enslaved people learned valuable skills, it’s a myth that they had the same path of upward mobility that white laborers enjoyed.
At a time when Americans celebrated their nation’s independence, it’s clear not every American enjoys the same constitutional rights.
Chronic stress from living with systemic racism and gun violence can lead to increased symptoms of PTSD and depression as well as elevated cortisol levels.
Shielding police from accountability can only lead to more brutality, misconduct – and multimillion-dollar settlements.
A new database shows that efforts to ban critical race theory are pervasive throughout the United States.
A study of more than 200 social services and arts groups points to the severity of structural barriers.
To address declining humanities enrolments, these programs should ensure they offer more than critical theory for identifying and analyzing problems.
International students are not only ideal candidates for settlement in Canada, they’re also vital to our prosperity. So why is it so difficult for them to come to Canada, especially those from Africa?
Early detection of breast cancer is critical to improving chances of survival. But racial and ethnic minority patients systematically have delayed diagnoses that reduce the benefits of screening.
The Toronto Police Service chief apologized to the public for the findings of an investigation that demonstrated the Toronto police’s excessive use of force on racialized residents.
Discussions of racism in Britain centre around the experiences and traumas of Black people, but rarely on the perpetrators.
We’re launching the third season of Don’t Call Me Resilient, our podcast that takes on systemic racism and the ways it permeates our everyday lives.
Solidarity must never be attempted through the erasure and homogenization of people’s lived experiences.
The Black Lives Matter movement is having a lasting impact on the racial reckoning in the US that was triggered after the murder of George Floyd by a white police officer in 2020.
Vaccines and medical treatments can only go so far in an unequal society. Facing the ongoing history of racial discrimination and bias in the US would help end the pandemic.
Black American women have disproportionate HIV infection rates – in part because of systemic and structural racism in the health care system.
The evidence is growing that experiencing both systemic and everyday race-based discrimination may lead some Black Americans to become depressed and think about suicide.
Research found that police officers killed more than 30,000 people from 1980 to 2018 – 17,000 more than official federal data suggests.
We’re launching the second season of Don’t Call Me Resilient, our podcast that takes on systemic racism and the ways it permeates our everyday lives.
Theatre and performing arts practitioners, organizations and educators in Victoria and Regina are partnering to create opportunities for BIPOC artists and cultural administrators.