The University of Maryland course explores if and how discussions on race and racism have changed since “The Boondocks” first aired in 2005.
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.
Thurgood Marshall’s confirmation was a giant step forward in Supreme Court and U.S. history, but along the way he faced Senate Judiciary Committee questions that were race-baiting, arrogant, irrelevant and picayune. Ketanji Brown Jackson’s historic hearings have unfolded in a similar way.
The Miami Dolphins held a press conference on Thursday for their new head coach Mike McDaniel and the media couldn’t wait to ask him a question about how he identifies with race.
The late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died more than a year ago, but a new report contextualizing her already known criticisms of Colin Kaepernick's kneeling protest has revived commentary about her views on the topic of race.
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