Radical Right ‘Electrified’ by Trump Candidacy and Presidency

The Southern Poverty Law Center’s annual mapping of organized hate in America reveals a dramatic spike in anti-Muslim groups.

Caribbean Nations Seek Reparations for Slavery and Native Genocide

By Philip Perry Big Think, December 30, 2016 —   “History, Stephen said, is a nightmare from which I am trying to awake.” – James Joyce, Ulysses We are familiar with slavery and the genocide of the indigenous peoples of the Americas, two of the greatest horrors of world history. What we often don’t consider […]

The biggest mistake in the history of science

The worst error in the history of science was undoubtedly classifying humans into the different races.

Are Brazilians Latinos? What their identity struggle tells us about race in America

Posted by on Dec 27, 2016 in Diversity News, Global, Hispanic | No Comments

By Frances Negrón-Muntaner Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University The Conversation, December 20, 2016 — Bikini waxes, keratin hair blowouts and all-you-can-eat steakhouses. In the United States, all three are closely associated with the word “Brazilian.” Yet, although none of these things are linked to Latino identity, one of the questions that journalists frequently […]

Diving Into Race and Identity of Multiracial Families In ‘Raising Mixed Race: Multiracial Asian Children in a Post-Racial World’

Posted by on Dec 21, 2016 in Asian, Diversity News, Global | No Comments

By by Frances Kai-Hwa Wang NBC News Asian America — Scholar and activist Sharon H. Chang’s book, “Raising Mixed Race: Multiracial Asian Children in a Post-Racial World,” published last December by Routledge, generated excitement among reviewers and readers. More than a research study and more than a parenting guide, the book was awarded #1 New Release […]

How Standing Rock’s Divest Campaign Can Stop Future Pipelines

As banks begin to respond, environmental movements are learning the importance of speaking clearly about the financial risks of fossil fuel investment.

The biggest challenge to diversifying tech talent

As the effort ages amid slow but steady progress, it needs to find ways to keep its momentum.

Black Civil Rights Leader Viola Desmond first Canadian woman on banknote

Desmond fought racial segregation in the 1940s after refusing to give up a seat in a “whites only” section of a cinema.

Black Asians: On Stage and Online, Project Explores ‘Blasian Narratives’

Posted by on Dec 13, 2016 in African, Asian, Diversity News, Global | No Comments

By by Minh Nguyen NBC News, 9/12/16 — In the trailer for Omnes Senmo’s new video project, individuals of mixed Asian and black races pose questions directly to the viewer. To a backing track, one voice asks, “can my features and my dialect tell you if I’m enough of anything?” The intersection of black and Asian […]

Can Afro-Latinos Please Move Beyond The “I’m Black, Too” Rhetoric?

Opinion By Marjua Estevez Vibe, November 1, 2016 — The reason why people don’t understand why you can be both black and Latino at the same time is because the media doesn’t present it that way and we don’t see it, and I think we really do truly get our representation of who people are from […]

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