Black service members are “substantially more likely” than white service members to be punished in four out of the five branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, according to a new study published by military advocacy group Protect Our Defenders.
When Rochester City School District leaders are looking to name a program or a school, they often reach for the black history books. Slapping a black hero’s name on something offers the appearance of cultural
As we reach the 60-year anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision Saturday, a great many will complain that after all this time, segregation is still rampant in America’s schools. That is, we’re
Instead of reading this as a news story, please use this article as an official measuring stick for your white-tears awareness. The answer key is at the bottom. A Washington state college was deluged with
The general election has returned more black and minority ethnic MPs than ever before, however critics have lamented the “glacial” pace of change. The House of commons now has 52 BME MPs, amounting to eight
A 48-year-old African-American employee of Comcast Corp. who says she was subjected to a racially hostile environment -- including a noose made by a co-worker -- filed a $600,000 lawsuit against the company late last month.
Twitter users have reacted with surprise and fury over excerpts from Hillary Clinton’s 1996 book It Takes A Village. On June 6, Jeanette Jing, an activist with over 33,000 followers on Twitter who supports Clinton's Democratic
New evidence that black and Latino patients receive worse care than whites for neurological ailments — and pay more A pioneering study published recently in the Journal of the American Academy of Neurology has found