A Texas couple’s adoption struggles lead them to the Supreme Court. The decision will have far-reaching consequences for tribal law.
Nory Martinez was captured making racist and disparaging remarks about a fellow councilmember’s son and some of her constituents.
A student uses his family’s story of Japanese internment to bridge language and cultural divides.
BYU’s statement that it lacked evidence to corroborate Duke player Rachel Richardson’s allegations doesn’t mean we should ignore her experience, Gray said.
Authorities say a Black man was unarmed when Akron police chased him on foot and killed him in a hail of gunfire, but officers believed he had shot at them earlier from a vehicle and feared he was preparing to fire again. Akron police released video Sunday of the pursuit and killing of 25-year-old Jayland Walker.
Religion once played a big role in Juneteenth festivities. These leaders hope it will again someday soon.
Juneteenth, which is celebrated on June 19, commemorates the end of slavery in the United States.
The Rev. Malcolm Foley, a pastor and lynching scholar, believes churches have a role to play in healing racial violence.
My husband is Black. Our eight children are biracial. We love each other even when we are confronted by haters.
How this pastor turns being “colorblind” into “color-blessed” discipleship.
Questions raised by Black History Month celebrations can help America become a better country.
As we observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we should remember that his unfinished work is now ours.
The greatest disparities in attitudes and conversations about discrimination were not between white Americans and Black Americans but between white Democrats and white Republicans.
A resolution, approved by Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall and the Salt Lake City Council on Tuesday, states racism is a “serious public health threat” because it is “proven to have harmful impacts to the mental and physical health of communities of color.”
The problem isn’t critical race theory. We should worry about miseducation instead.
A Brookings Institution panel dissected the value of reparations, police reform and revamping housing, lending, education and employment policies.