The Tell Me More host talks the wage gap, “having it all,” and “checking your privilege” in the National Journal’s Women in Washington issue.
Established writers of color offer priceless advice for those just starting out.
“Either she behind me or in the corner so I had to call her racist ass out.”
“You’re just not what I picture when I think of a white person.”
“Tek care, lambs on’t road.”
Tumblr goes in, y’all.
SMDH. So this happened to me.
Not all white people, but #YesAllBlackPeople.
They won’t even read your cover letter.
“It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences.” How familiar are you with the work of two of America’s foremost thinkers?
Please, for the love of God, stop trying to “raise the roof.”
The Dallas Mavericks owner addressed bigotry in the wake of disgraced Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s racist comments. Cuban revealed some prejudices of his own, leading to an apology.
The media organization announced that the popular radio program’s last broadcast will be Aug. 1, 2014.
“When I went to Disney as a child, there were no black people even in the parade, none less, a princess.”
Don’t double-bag it. Just don’t.
The network’s president, Stephen Friedman, talked to BuzzFeed about the “Look Different” campaign. Coming soon: “Untitled Whiteness Project” and “Racial Bias Cleanse.”
NYU students are sharing the microaggressions they’ve experienced in this powerful photo project. The organizers have created a four-page proposal to turn these shared experiences into action.
“The publishing industry looks a lot like these best-selling teenage dystopias: white and full of people destroying each other to survive.”
When you look at the data, it turns out that love is still far from blind.
Learning to be brown and bearded in Brooklyn.
Many have asked why there are no black emoji characters. Apple said Tuesday the company is working to update the keyboard to be more multicultural.
“Saudi Arabia does NOT represent me.”
Did you get a scholarship because of your background?
No, I will not love you long time.
Surfing Life magazine has said sorry to Indigenous Australian surfer Otis Carey after their article about him sparked outrage.
Your parents; their parents; multiple countries. Whatever.
There’s a weird edge to the way Hollywood idolizes beautiful black women. And that’s putting it politely.