The true story behind the hit Oscar-winner has only gotten ickier — and Hollywood is complicit.
A new University of Southern California report pinpoints areas that need improvement — as well as a few small wins.
The Republican presidential field is the most diverse it has ever been, raising questions about race, identity and immigration for candidates of color in an overwhelmingly white party.
One in five Black Americans are either immigrants or the children of immigrants. But feeling embraced or understood by the U.S. can seem daunting for some, and impossible for others.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a lawsuit against ExxonMobil saying the company failed to take action to prevent a racially hostile work environment.
"One Governor should not have the power to dictate the facts of U.S. history," Democratic Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker said of GOP Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' move to ban the Advanced Placement course.
Poet Franny Choi believes that for marginalized people, the apocalypse has already happened. In "The World Keeps Ending, and the World Goes On," she explores what it means to live in this dystopia.
The 40-page class-action lawsuit alleges the state's law enforcement agency has a history of engaging in systemic discrimination against its officers of color.