Boston.com's Francie Latour questions the GOP candidate's claim that being white is a disadvantage in the presidential race.
At Boston.com, Francie Latour responds with expert commentary, statistics and personal anecdotes, as well as a dose of sarcasm, to this recent headline: "Stain of Racism Is Finally Fading in America."
Francie Latour tackles the racist attacks on NHL player Joel Ward at her Hyphenated Life blog. She says that Ward's Jackie Robinson-like stoicism should serve as a lesson for us all.
Boston Globe columnist Francie Latour takes issue with Lena Dunham's new HBO series, Girls. Even though it's set in diverse New York City, Dunham has managed to create another series devoid of color.
Boston.com blogger Francie Latour hopes that President Barack Obama's recent poignant remarks about the brutal death of Trayvon Martin can begin an important conversation about race in America.
Boston.com blogger Francie Latour reminds the nation of another child who was kidnapped about the same time as baby Lisa Irwin.
The hype around the superstar suggests that no one has ever had a child before.