Racism in America

Trump is "a manifestation of the ugliness that’s in us," Princeton's Eddie Glaude Jr. told MSNBC.
Prejudice, violence, and poverty have pushed black farmers off their land. A growing movement is calling for reparations.
Obama’s book suggestions include “The Fire Next Time” by James Baldwin.
Putin capitalized on American racism, on the GOP’s willingness to shred democratic norms and on Trump's all-American greed.
The light-hearted portrayal of the police in the film is dangerous messaging at a time like this.
“I understood that racism in America never truly died,” the man said of the experience.
In "How Not to Get Shot; And Other Advice From White People," the comedian uses his viral debate with Megyn Kelly as a launchpad for a discussion about racism in America.
Lawmakers held a hearing to listen to participants in the Poor People’s Campaign.
Jordan Peele's film conveyed the true experience of blackness in the U.S.
Kaep is reclaiming his protest as GQ’s “Citizen of the Year.”
After 91 years, New Yorkers can finally dance in bars.
The United States’ oldest civil rights group says flying American Airlines is risky for black travelers.
At the 1968 Olympic games, Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised their fists to protest racism in the United States. Nearly fifty years later, their example still resonates across the NFL.
ESPN has suspended SportsCenter host Jemele Hill following tweets suggesting the most effective way to protest the Dallas Cowboys is via advertisers. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones recently announced he would bench any player that “disrespected” the American flag.
In the wake of white supremacist attacks in Charlottesville, Virginia, Mayor Michael Signer faces the task of uniting his city to overcome the trauma.
For as long as millions of whites choose to let their voices remain muted, silence remains complicity.
Racism in America is nothing new. American Nazis have existed since the end of World War II. The popularity of the KKK ebbs