After years of grassroots activism, the city has found success in addressing historical housing discrimination through community land trusts.
The Biden administration was supposed be different from its predecessor. So why are Haitians are being denied their due process in seeking asylum to the U.S.?
Oriel María Siu’s new children’s book explodes the myth of Christopher Columbus as a celebrated explorer and re-centers Indigenous narratives of how the Americas were colonized.
Native Americans were put into a status of guardianship due to a system of federal and local policies developed in the early 1900s. A lawyer explains this sordid history in light of the recent case of pop star Brittney Spears' conservatorship.
Talks of work-life balance often exclude low-wage women workers of color. Including them means investing in basic policies like equal pay and paid time off.
In adrienne maree brown’s new work of speculative fiction, grief is a pandemic that devastates Detroit.
Unequal schools are one of many manifestations of systemic racism. Changing the way schools are financed and homeowners are taxed can be a vehicle for reparations.
In her new book “White Space, Black Hood,” author Sheryll Cashin makes a compelling case for how segregated U.S. cities are organized as a residential caste system.
Giving to racial and social justice causes is on the rise—especially among donors of color. African Americans are the most likely to give to strangers of all racial and ethnic groups.
Survivors of one of the worst storms in Puerto Rico's history share their stories and how they resorted to mutual aid in the face of government neglect and incompetence.
In “Piece by Piece: The Story of Nisrin’s Hijab,” a young teen struggles to define her identity in the aftermath of a hate crime.