A housing program in St. Paul aims to reverse the economic damage caused by the construction of a highway that ran through and decimated a Black neighborhood.
This engaging, well-researched, and frequently laugh-out-loud funny history places the Black experience at center stage with stories that should have already been part of our collective memory.
As part of the collaborative effort, the NAACP's Emergency Management Task Force will regularly meet with FEMA to advance its progress on equity within disaster preparedness.
The high school student has been suspended for more than two weeks for wearing a natural hairstyle that officials say violated a dress code. So far, 24 states have signed the CROWN Act into law.
Carl Day joined NPR to weigh in on the Biden campaign in 2020. We caught up with him to hear what he's thinking heading into 2024.
A physician from Nigeria and a scientist from Kenya propose ideas for the United Nations to consider — issues important in Africa and other regions that are often neglected by global bodies.
The military has long maintained that the nation's security depends on having a diverse officer corps that is ready to lead an increasingly diverse fighting force.
Students for Fair Admission, the conservative group that won a Supreme Court ban on affirmative action programs, is suing West Point to eliminate all racial considerations in the academy's admissions.
Canada and India are engaging in an escalating war of words and tit for tat diplomatic expulsions, as the fallout over the murder of a Sikh activist on Canadian soil continues.
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to culture critic Nelson George about racism and sexism among the gatekeepers of pop culture. An interview by Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner set off the latest firestorm.