misinformation

This isn’t just another battle in the free speech wars.

Vaccine hesitancy and misinformation require a deeper understanding of structural racism and the COVID-19 experience of Black communities.

Journalists should be concerned about newsroom cuts, but the Black community and lovers of democracy must be alarmed, too. Here's why.

It says a lot when even a super-conservative Supreme Court shuns a far-right extremist.

Despite the EU protection directives that those fleeing the conflict should be admitted temporarily, disparities persist in treatment.

Looking to score cheap points, the GOP equated a Black woman with liberal leanings as being the boogeyman Republicans claim is destroying America. 

Turley attempted to use the Civil Rights Movement and King as an example of unfairness but instead showed his ignorance of repression experienced during the period. 

Tucker Carlson claimed that white opioid addicts are being ignored in order to change "the demographics of the country in a way that benefits the Democratic Party."

But in acknowledging Rogan's freedom to say whatever he wants, Arie explained that she would not subsidize his racism.

"You are not a horse. You are not a cow," tweeted the federal agency.

During a CNN interview with Anderson Cooper, former President Barack Obama called out right-wing media outlets that misinform and fan the flames of discord. He cited critical race theory controversy as a prime example.