by Lindsay Johns onJune 8, 2013
David Mamet's incendiary play about racism offers compelling lessons to those across the pond.
by Dawn Cutaia onMay 12, 2013
On the York Daily Record, attorney Dawn Cutaia says that white folks don't have to be part of the KKK to be racist. It can be as easy as laughing at a black person's ethnic name or not hiring them because of it.
by Kiese Laymon onMarch 25, 2013
On Gawker, writer Kiese Laymon remembers poignant experiences with pedestrian racism and profiling during a tough summer in Pennsylvania.
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July 30, 2012
An African-American couple had to find a new wedding location after some members of the predominantly white congregation complained.
by Jesse Washington onJuly 30, 2012
Associated Press reporter Jesse Washington investigates whether race relations have improved since President Obama's election and term up until this point.
by Aura Bogado onJuly 21, 2012
ColorLines voting-rights reporter Aura Bogado has discovered what many have already assumed: Folks who don't really like African Americans are more likely to support voter-ID laws.
by Bijan C. Bayne onAugust 12, 2009
Racism is not an either/or proposition. When did the R-word become as offensive as the N-word?
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