by Jamilah King on July 26 2013, 9:37AM
Ten black former contestants are suing.
by Julianne Hing on July 12 2013, 7:10PM
As if speculation about the Asiana Airlines flight disaster hasn’t been plagued by enough racism.
by Jamilah King on June 25 2013, 2:07PM
After a 15 year battle, hundreds of community radio station licenses are up for grabs.
by Jorge Rivas on June 13 2013, 8:07AM
In the age of immigration reform and Deferred Action are portrayals of undocumented immigrants who have committed crimes a good thing?
by Jorge Rivas on June 12 2013, 11:33AM
Cheerios commercial star and her family made an appearance on MSNBC.
by Jorge Rivas on May 21 2013, 1:47PM
The second largest newspaper on the West Coast tells its writers they can no longer use the term “illegal immigrant.”
by Jorge Rivas on May 15 2013, 11:59AM
Lucy Liu talks battling Asian stereotypes in Hollywood.
by Jorge Rivas on May 14 2013, 2:08PM
Rachel Maddow and Piers Morgan hosted the lowest number guests of color amongst their networks.
by Brentin Mock on May 6 2013, 1:12PM
Ten scholars from major universities have risen to the defense of black farmers who were accused in a New York Times article of exploiting and defrauding a settlement made to remedy decades of discrimination in financial lending. In a letter…
by Akiba Solomon on April 25 2013, 12:00PM
We live in an ahistorical culture that continually attempts to deny the white supremacy that determines who is and isn’t defined as a U.S. citizen, a criminal, a terrorist or a victim. A trip through our history is instructive.
by Jay Smooth on April 25 2013, 9:00AM
The Drop The I-Word team and a coalition of activists deliver 70,000 signatures to the New York Times.
by Jorge Rivas on April 23 2013, 12:47PM
On Tuesday afternoon dozens of activists gathered in front of the New York Times building urging the newspaper to stop using the word “illegal” to describe undocumented immigrants.
by Jorge Rivas on April 18 2013, 1:30PM
CNN reported a “dark-skinned” suspect had been arrested. But it turned out to be a complete lie.
by Jorge Rivas on April 11 2013, 10:40AM
The decision by the newspaper with the largest print circulation in the U.S. comes a week after the Associated Press dropped the i-word from their Stylebook.