Are venues being racist when they selectively enforce dress codes?
Today, Common is helping Starbucks re-train their employees. But what exactly is he doing?
On Jan. 18, 1958, Willie O’Ree became the first black person to play in a National Hockey League game.
For King, love was not sentimental. It demanded that individuals tell their oppressors what they were doing was wrong.
Nipsey Hussle is a gangbanger who has sparked a discussion about homosexuality in the African-American community.
Are you being a racist by singing Jingle Bells? Check out this Professor's opinion.
Eminem is the only artist who uses the same tactics as President Trump. Is Trump shook?
A group of students in the Bay Area are learning the hard way that racism online doesn't pay off.
Award-winning filmmaker Raheem Shabazz has released new installments of his documentary exploring the school-to-prison pipeline.
Spotify is launching its first-ever documentary short, which showcases the power of music to unite against social and political injustice.
Black youth appear to strengthen their solidarity and identity by using the n-word as an in-group term.
Ohio State University has come up with a flowchart to help students avoid being embarrassed this Halloween.
Racism seems to be alive and well at the University of Louisiana at Monroe.
It may sound hard to believe, but there was a time where the concept of "race" did not even exist. Read on.
White football fans and black football fans hold very different views about the relationship between football and national pride.
A new book explores the dark, racist side of being a comedian.
Students of all races are uniting on campus at UNC Chapel-Hill, do topple a racist statue named "Silent Sam," which celebrates Confederate alumni.
The attack in Charlottesville, Virginia, in which a man named James Alex Fields Jr. used his Dodge Challenger as a weapon against a crowd of protesters, underscores the growing violence of America’s far-right wing.
The author of a new book is very proud to have taken cultural appropriation and the debate around Affirmative Action to new lows.
While Detroit grew geographically to accommodate newcomers, most blacks were confined to four districts in the city until about 1960. Venturing into other neighborhoods came at a considerable risk.
Will Smith new movie "Bright" may be about aliens, but the movie makes a statement about racism too.
O.J. Simpson will be back on the street this October. Check out five facts about the case...
it looks like Conor McGregor's bottom of the barrel racist comments about black women and Floyd, are starting to get to the boxing champ.
Black people are depositing their money into black owned banks like crazy, after Killer Mike's call to action...
The world today seems very different to that of Joe Louis’ heyday. Yet the appeal of boxing as a spectator sport remains strong and there are some noticeable parallels in the way in which we think about and portray our sports heroes.
Another college in Indiana took action against an employee, over a hip-hop album cover and posted a Facebook page.
In fashion, art, music and beyond, some people now argue that certain African cultural symbols and products are off-limits to non-Africans.
J Cole's "Neighbors" video made a strong point about race but it also confused some fans...
To white Americans, the relationship between skin color and toughness or masculinity might not be obvious.
A hip-hop concert that took place at Tufts University is raising interesting questions about race on the campus.
There is a new movement on college campuses called Black Minds Matter, to prepare African-American students for the 21st century.
"Strippers are people too." - Elektra Rayne
Is who you choose to love really a political choice after all?
Logic had it rough, but that’s not going to stop him...
David Duke finally made his appearance at Dillard University and it didn't go well, as one would expect when the former grand wizard of the KKK makes a visit to a historically black college.
President Obama is attempting to tackle tech literacy with the $ billion Computer Science for All initiative, which pledges to expand computer science resources for K-12 students. However, if the companies do not change their hiring practices, what does it matter? The hiring process is starting to change, thanks to Howard Professor Legand Burge and teacher Charles Pratt.