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How to Talk to Your Child About Racism in America

Slavery was abolished in 1865, granting freedom to over 3 million African-Americans. The 13th amendment was passed by the US Congress on January 31st...

Miss Universe and Racism in Puerto Rico: When the Problem Is...

One of the worst remnants of 20th-century television entertainment is the beauty pageant.  For decades, entire families were paralyzed in front of their TVs as they...

The Tragic Impact of Today’s Blatant Racism on Our Kids’ Mental...

The second Monday in October has been a Federal holiday in the United States since 1937, a recognition of the encounter between Europe and...

Kansas City Community Rejects City Leaders’ Attempt to Rename Iconic Street...

If you’re just scanning the headlines, it’s easy to mistake this story for a much simpler one: the people of Kansas City, Missouri, made...

Emmett Till’s New Bulletproof Memorial is the Epitome of Resilience

This past weekend, a brand new and improved bulletproof memorial was unveiled for Emmett Till and his family on the banks of the Tallahatchie...

Unpredictable Work Schedules Are Wreaking Havoc on the Lives of Shift...

There’s a common refrain among people who work service jobs that everyone should be required to work in the service industry at least once...

Police Brutality, Racism, and the Afro-Latinx Community in Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico’s law enforcement agents were briefly subject to the critical eye of media coverage this summer, following reports of excessive force being used...

Here’s Why Discrimination Against Latinos is Nothing New in America

It’s hard to ignore the constant social injustices and hate-fueled harm being inflicted upon Latinos. It’s all over your newsfeed. It’s happening at the...

Meet Elsa Alcala, the Former Texas Judge who Bailed on the...

Elsa Alcala is a former Republican judge from Texas who has recently voiced her dissatisfaction with Donald Trump to the public. She has gone...

This Era’s Must-Read Book ‘How to Be an Antiracist’ Out This...

Author and historian Ibram X. Kendi’s highly anticipated third book How to Be an Antiracist is available nationwide this week, and we vote for...

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