There's No Scientific Basis for Race
It’s a made-up label.
It’s a made-up label.
An encyclopedic evisceration of the NFL owner and former Six Flags chairman.
How the GOP took control of state politics in Alabama, leaving black lawmakers—and their constituents—powerless.
Forty-seven years later, two daughters meet.
“The specific dissonance of Trumpism—advocacy for discriminatory, even cruel, policies combined with vehement denials that such policies are racially motivated—provides the emotional core of its appeal. It is the most recent manifestation of a contradiction as old as the United States, a society founded by slaveholders on the principle that all men are created equal.”
An examination of race, sex, and visible secrets.
A black android faces horrible human racism, sexual assault and realities; NSFW.
An interview with Rachel Dolezal.
A near future with racial voting restrictions and questionnaires.
An annual re-enactment drags America’s history of racist violence into the light.
He was white nationalism’s heir apparent. Then he went to college.
“As my acting career developed, I was no longer cast as a radical Muslim – except at the airport.”
The activists fighting for police reform in the wake of a video that showed a black teenager shot 16 times by a white cop.
Religion, high school football, and racial problems in small town America.
"Some of you probably think it’s a bad thing to group ourselves according to skin color—the lighter the better—in social clubs, neighborhoods, churches, sororities, even colored schools. But how else can we hold on to a little dignity?"
Fear, racism, and the historically troubling attitude of American pioneers.
On Ferguson, Cosby, and what ‘racial progress’ really means.
A rodeo rider squares off with a racist immigration official.
"He saw deputies in their serious hats coming through the restaurant from the kitchen, four white guys who looked like they meant business, serious, minds made up, and Nachee thought of a grandfather now from the other time, more than a hundred years ago, Nachitay, sitting in Mi Nidito with Victor’s grandfather from the same time, Victorio. Sometimes Nachee talked to Victor about those guys living the way they chose to. You hungry? Run off a mule, cut steaks and cook them over a fire. Before General Crook came along on his mule, the one Nachee’s grandfather from that other time was dying to eat. Bring them all here to sit with their rifles, Victorio, Cochise, Geronimo … those guys doing whatever they wanted. They never carried ID but every horse soldier in the Arizona Territory knew who they were."
A complex look at an act of small town violence.
"There wasn’t time to think about it, though, because Jim had already opened his car door and was running up the concrete incline toward where the two men were sleeping, and there was two of them and one of him, so I kicked off my slides in the floorboard and grabbed hold of my blackjack and run up the hill after him."
Jurors from the Emmett Till trial revisit the case 50 years later.
A journey into the world of Italy’s racist soccer thugs.
Inside the White Student Union of Towson University.
Revisiting a 30-year-old beating death in St. Louis.
Alex Haley interviews the Honorable Elijah Muhammad’s number two - Malcolm X - in a Harlem restaurant.
Race relations at the gigantic and soul-crushing Smithfield slaughterhouse, where annual turnover is 100 percent: 5,000 people are hired, 5,000 quit.