Category - Discrimination
Cuomo acknowledges actions seen as ‘flirtation’
The Supreme Court this week will consider the rules for the next election and how federal law protects minority voters as states race to revamp regulations.
Women earn ‘two-thirds less’ than men in top finance jobs
Boys’ acne masks not blackface, suit says
Blind loyalty to Pfleger could harm Black community
‘Trump made me do it’ is thin defense for rioters
Ex-minister Peter’s applications dismissed
Justice to appeal eviction decision
Bold, Funny & Breaking Barriers
Cause for concern about voting rights
Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou’s lawyers are expected to argue against her extradition to the United States on fraud charges by saying that Donald Trump has so “poisoned” the case that hearings should be halted.
Efforts to hold social media accountable changing under Biden.
How 28 South Floridians describe their Blackness
Senate should pass Equality Act
France: Finally, an age of consent
More first-time gun buyers are Black
Asian Americans face new surge of hostility
College success for Black students rises; equity gaps remain
Jodie Foster takes on a rare reallife role
AN ARTISTIC LEGACY: THE STUDIO MUSEUM IN HARLEM
25 Black Women in Beauty Host Inaugural Event
Prosecution team in Leila case questioned
Planned UK ID law will be ‘voter suppression’, warn US rights groups
Xenophobic anti-China rhetoric behind rising number of attacks on Asians in US
The Revolutionary Vision of David Fincher
North Carolina releasing some inmates early
Biden accused of violating his own call to ‘follow science’
SELF-CARE ACCORDING TO ROSARIO DAWSON
An Obama rule to make companies disclose the use of anti-union advisers is blocked by a federal court
Black Bench Chicago creating a talent pipeline
Taylor Greene says ‘trust the science’ on transgender rights. Here’s the science.
How a prosecutor, and a nation, changed course
Biden Executes America-Last Agenda, Part 1
Showcasing Miami’s Black lives is part of the Miami Herald’s obligation
Denied a job for being “too Black,” Nannie Helen Burroughs started a school — and a movement.
THE DEVIL IN THE DETAILS
Venezuelans protest femicide after three women killed