I have a Black son: Here is how I will explain the George Floyd verdict to him someday
I will encourage him to remain his authentic, true Black self.
New Yorkers react to Chauvin verdict
Some New Yorkers react with shock, relief, and cautious optimism.
Afro-Latinos endure racism from in and outside their community
Afro Latinos speak about the embedded racism within the Latino community and how representation and education can help combat colorism.
Living with the sting and fear of racial hate
It is impossible not to grieve.
Asian Americans speak out against surging hate crimes
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought on a surge in attacks against Asian American. The community is rallying to denounce these hate crimes.
Black men, despite political and religious views, feel pain of racism and cling to hope
“Taking care of myself is in itself an act of resistance.”
Asian Americans struggle to find their place in a Black and white world
When the murder of George Floyd inspired nationwide protests over the summer Asian Americans felt a call to action that overrode cultural norms that discourage complaining and speaking out.
Memories of stop and frisk, racial profiling and microaggressions drive activists to protest
As a black woman in America she said she is in constant danger of a police encounter that could go wrong.
Hope in the midst of racism
The disproportionate police brutality rates show that the shards of racial inequality remain firmly rooted in the U.S
America’s racial reckoning has left black and brown people grappling with painful emotions
“It’s not our problem to fix, because we didn’t create the system."