Our home and native land? The ‘paralyzing fear’ of being East Asian amid a year of anti-Asian racism in Canada
East Asians report physical assault, racial slurs, being told they are unwelcome — in their own country.
eCommerce giant Amazon has amended its mobile app logo that prompted some internet users to draw comparisons with the leader of the Third Reich. The
Bibbidi-bobbidi-bogus: How Disney’s performative diversity campaign is another example of corporate hypocrisy
As Disney+ vigorously restricts old films with racist imagery, it neglects its own internal diversity
King Randall is the founder of The X For Boys, an organization that looks to mentor, educate, and empower boys while providing them with the tools for success
“From challenge comes change, so let’s all choose to challenge.”
“We will never conquer what we are unwilling to confront.”
US President Joe Biden omits Dr. Seuss from Read Across America Day announcement, some say due to the author’s racially insensitive content
US President Joe Biden did not include Dr. Seuss in his announcement for the Read Across America Day, held annually on March 2, the author’s birthday. Some speculate this omission was due to the racially insensitive imagery in Seuss’s books.
Ancient blue European beads found in Alaska are said to predate Columbus, but a controversial study says they are more likely to be from the 16th or 17th century.
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Two young Afro-Caribbean women turn lessons from elders into a flourishing business
The Neighbourhood Watch released a music video for their new song “20 year dream”
Want to kick the coffee-drinking habit? Here are ways to kick that addictive black elixir to the curb, according to CNET.