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We have sifted through the myths and half-truths and uncovered the authentic story of how the Memorial Day holiday came into being.
Disability status doesn't protect Black men, women, or children from anti-Black violence.
For singers – amateur and professional alike – the name Tina Turner evokes instant reverence: Turner is a singer’s singer.
Op-Ed: The latest racist incident against Vinícius Júnior shows how hard it is to change fan behavior when racism is institutionalized in the sport.
Legislation and policies that disproportionately affect Black people aren't limited to Florida.
“Affinity graduations” are drawing the ire of conservatives, who incorrectly dismiss them as “segregated” graduations. The attacks on the special ceremonies overlook the history of racism on campus.
Of all the contributions for which Harry Belafonte will be remembered, perhaps none is more enduring than the celebrated entertainer’s lifelong support for youth activism.
Even with video evidence of manipulative and racist behavior, “Citi Bike Karen” is still being called a victim, showing how white people like her always get the benefit of the doubt.
Sarah Jane Comrie, aka Citi Bike Karen, is nothing but a 2023 version of Carolyn Bryant, the white woman who caused Emmett Till to get lynched.
During this year's Teacher Appreciation Week, education justice advocates and educators once again sounded the alarm on inequities in education that impact teachers and children alike.
The one-year anniversary of the Buffalo mass shooting falls on Mother’s Day, so we are both honoring and mourning Black matriarchs. Helping servant leaders heal from trauma helps the entire community move forward.
Even one day without child care creates a ripple effect on all of us.
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