Analysis: Supreme Court Begins Hearing Affirmative Action Challenges And The Stakes Are Clear And High

There have been decades of pushback against the doctrine, but it’s now possible that diversity could see a collapse at major colleges.

Florida Legislature Passes First Law Restricting How Race Is Discussed By Employers In The Workplace

It’s part of a nationwide GOP effort to ignite their political base through fear of discussions about systemic racism.

A Black Missouri Man Was Killed By White Neighbor Claiming Self-Defense

Family and neighbors say Justin King was killed in cold blood

Tennessee Education Department Rejects Right-Wing Moms Group Complaint Under State’s Anti-Critical Race Theory Law

They wanted books about MLK and Ruby Bridges banned.

Review: Tessa Thompson And Ruth Negga Tackle Colorism In The Complex Movie 'Passing'

The movie examines racial identity through the eyes of two Black women.

Khloé Kardashian Opens Up About Challenges Being A White Mom Raising A Black Daughter

“I will be always learning and trying to do the best I can.”

Sesame Street Adds Two Black Muppets as New Characters for 'Coming Together' Episodes on Race

“When people of all colors come together, we stand strong.”

Census Changes Could Make Whites Less Than 50 Percent of Population Sooner Than Expected

Census Bureau is considering changes to its race questions.

Missouri Student Body President: 'We Don't Have to Accept Being Marginalized'

BET.com talks to Payton Head on his last day in office.

Princeton Students Protest in President's Office for Change

Students demand the school acknowledge racist legacy.