net-a-porter drops dolce and gabbana following racism accusations
It caps off a very bad week for the brand.
white girls reinventing themselves as black women on instagram has to stop
As a recent Twitter storm brought attention to social media blackface, Emma Dabiri looks at the cultural history of this racist practice and its links to black women being perceived as sexually available.
chase hall paints the intimate bonds between black jockeys and their horses
Exploring the complexities of America's racist past through the plight of its first black sports heroes.
20 years later, is 'american history x' outdated or more relevant than ever?
The movie, which was revolutionary for its look at white supremacy in American suburbs, still resonates today — but where does it fall short?
grindr's new campaign addresses its discrimination problem
The app also introduced new guidelines that ban discriminatory statements in user profiles.
grindr has a new app to address discrimination
Grindr’s upcoming rebrand to ‘Kindr’ says “It’s time to play nice” -- but what can an app do to solve the epidemic of discrimination among gay men?
this afro feminist collective is fighting racism in spain
“The priority is to discover, heal, and fight collectively and to learn together.” We talked with the founders of EFAE to learn more about the situation of Afro-descendant women in Spain.
'mudbound' director dee rees is about to flip the script
The director of one the year's most buzzed about films talks about coming out and crafting powerful black characters.
james charles, first male face of covergirl, apologizes for racist tweets
"They did not come from a place of hate," James Charles said in a video apology. "They came from me being a really ignorant 13-year-old who should not have had a Twitter account."
dove has apologized for its bizarre, racist advertisment
More than "missing the mark."
spotify takes a stand against white supremacist bands by removing their music
The streaming service’s move comes after the shocking events in Charlottesville.
this photo series captures what microaggressions feel like
Bryan Tang’s images explore frustration, prejudice, and internalized racism in Australia.