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For most of her life Debra Willett had a vague idea about who her grandfather was. She knew he had fought in France in World…View More The Harlem Hellfighters Were War Heroes. Then They Came Home to Racism.
Gov. Kevin Stitt of Oklahoma has been ousted from a commission set up to commemorate the centennial of the 1921 Tulsa race massacre, just days…View More Tulsa Race Massacre Commission Ousts Oklahoma Governor
By David Brooks Opinion Columnist My friend Rod Dreher recently had a blog post for The American Conservative called “Why Are Conservatives in Despair?” He…View More Opinion | This Is How Wokeness Ends
To the Editor: I am a Black man weighing in at about 200 pounds. My Afro hairstyle adds a couple of inches to my six-foot…View More Opinion | Covid Isolation: A Reprieve From the Stresses of Racism
MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota is one of the best places to live in America. It has good schools, excellent housing and low unemployment. It regularly appears…View More Opinion | Minnesota Is One of the Best Places to Live in America. Unless You’re Black.
The security camera video was shocking in its brutality. A 65-year-old Filipino immigrant was walking down a street near Times Square when a man, in…View More Brutal Attack on Filipino Woman Sparks Outrage: ‘Everybody Is on Edge’
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BOSTON — Ibram X. Kendi and Bina Venkataraman met last summer when their big Boston institutions, Boston University and The Boston Globe, were grappling with…View More He Redefined ‘Racist.’ Now He’s Trying to Build a Newsroom.
After eight people, six of them Asian women, were fatally shot this week in a rampage near Atlanta, a law enforcement official said that in…View More How Racism and Sexism Intertwine to Torment Asian-American Women
LONDON — She was married to the spirited strains of a gospel choir, her veil embroidered with the flowers of Britain’s former colonies, a rare…View More ‘There Is, in Britain, a Very Big Silence Around Race’
While Black and Latinx people make up only 13 and 18 percent of the U.S. population respectively, as of November they represent more than 50…View More Opinion | Declare Racism a Public Health Emergency
A year after his killing in Georgia, his death has sparked a bipartisan effort to remake the state’s 158-year-old citizen’s arrest law. But a potentially…View More Before Breonna Taylor and George Floyd, There Was Ahmaud Arbery
SÉCHAULT, France — The modest granite monument at the entrance to Séchault, a village in eastern France, commemorates the sacrifice of the United States 369th…View More African-American Sacrifice in the Killing Fields of France