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When Bigotry Meets Fantasy: Facing Racism in Cosplay
Housing Study Sheds Doubt That Millennials Are More Racially Progressive Than Previous Generations
UCLA Assistant Professor of Sociology S. Michael Gaddis dishes on new study that reveals Millennials may not be as racially progressive as previously believed.
This Former NFL Player Implores You—Don't Be the Silent Friend of a Racist
"When you have a friend, or you're involved with someone who's speaking like that to others...If you feel it's wrong and don't say anything, then you're perpetuating the problem."
Everyday Racism: Former NFL Player Ephraim Salaam's Encounter With a Racist Fan
Ephraim Salaam lived his his dream playing in the NFL from 1998 to 2010. Over the course of those 12 years, playing for five NFL franchises like Atlanta, Denver, Jacksonville, Houston and Detroit, you couldn’t blame Salaam if one game tended to merge into the next. But there is one particular Sunday that’s seared into his memory.
In Black and White: Doctor Breaks Down Dealing With Racism in the ER
New Jersey-based emergency room doctor Michele Harper speaks out about racism in the ER in her new book, “The Beauty in Breaking.”
My Job Offer Was Taken Away Because I Am Black
‘And I knew in that moment that he simply wasn't going to hire me because I was Black.’
Everyday Racism: Losing a Job Because You are Black
Angel Hogan of Pennsylvania shares a story from when she was a teenager about a job offer that was suddenly taken away after the employer saw that she was Black.
I Was Pulled Over by Cops Three Times in Five Miles—Just For Looking Suspicious
'You get really frustrated because you know you didn’t do anything. You’re guilty before you’re proven innocent, so now you have to prove your innocence.'
Everyday Racism: Stopped by Cops Three Times in Five Miles
Kel Smith, 37, is a mental health counselor who lives in Norfolk, Virginia. As a Black man, he’s known since he was a teenager that he was more likely to get pulled over by the police while driving – and that every stop had the potential to be fatal. He recalls one night as a college student in California when...
My Patient Didn't Want a Black Nurse
'I have a bachelor’s degree in nursing and I have a master’s degree. And I still wasn’t good enough to provide care for her because of my skin color.'