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Kylar Gray, co-editor-in-chief of The Blueprint, writes about relaunching the student paper and what it means for Spelman College.

Standardized tests aren’t that useful at measuring a student’s potential, but there are deeper issues too, involving race and equity. That's why they're becoming archaic.

A better understanding of how online racial discrimination affects Black and brown teens’ academic well-being could help reduce the harm.

There have always been deceptive candidates, but George Santos is different.

A New York Post op-ed expresses sympathy for the San Francisco man who sprayed a homeless woman with water and wondered "why it doesn’t happen more."

In fact, hitting children is the first step in the process of producing criminals.

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.

Uses of Martin Luther King’s words, especially by right-wing conservatives, are too often attempts to weaponize his memory against the multicultural democracy of which King could only dream.

Pelé was not only skillful, he also brought great joy to innumerable people across the world, over a period of decades. For all of us, even those with just the slightest interest in soccer, we will never forget him.

In recent years, Jews of color and non-Ashkenazi Jews have brought attention to new Hanukkah traditions.

Implying that Black people don't speak up for other oppressed groups is a flat-out lie.