A new YouTube series is taking on race and gender. Tales from the Kraka Tower, created by University of South Florida MA student Aphrodite Kocieda, is equivalent to the academic version of Awkward Black Girl.
College students across the country are tackling race and prejudice, and a new film is taking on the issue through comedy and satire.
Dear White People follows a group of black students at a fictional, Ivy League school. One of the characters host a radio program of the same title where she confronts racism faced by students of color.
Have you heard of Ota Benga? His life and death highlights one of many racially motivated atrocities faced by people of African decent in America.
The Congolese native and Mbuti pygmy was captured and part of an exhibit for the St. Louis World Fair.
The Atlanta Black Star has compiled a list of 5 nations that imported Europeans to “whiten” the population.
Damon Dash gave reporters a piece of his mind when discussing the role of media in undermining the image of the black man.
The Rockefeller Records co-founder was recently bombarded by a group of reporters who asked him about a lawsuit that had been filed against him.
Will the racially insensitive act of Blackface ever die? Doesn’t seem like it will. Earlier this week we wrote about a Kentucky assistant pastor who dressed in Blackface for a boxing match.
Now, the latest method of offense is brought to us by Vogue Italia.
Black students on the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana’s campus are the latest group of educated African Americans to fight for equality.
“Being Black at Illinois” was created in response to several racially-charged incidents on campus.
Does racism make one obese? Researchers at Boston University’s Slone Epidemiology Centre think so.
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