"When I'm hosting, Black people don’t sit in the back, they sit in the front," Smoove said in what may have been a staged bit.
“I have to think about what they’re going to experience leaving the home,” the "Unforgivable” star said.
A Georgia jury convicted Travis McMichael, Greg McMichael and neighbor William "Roddie" Bryan in the killing of the 25-year-old Black man in February 2020.
Nope, Santa doesn't need to be white. And the world is finally catching on.
"Our society has grown accustomed to seeing white parents with Black kids. But Black parents with white kids? Not so much."
"When our adoptive parents do not properly prepare us for a racialized world, we are left playing a game of catch-up."
Growing diversity and urban populations should benefit Democrats — but the Senate's rural bias is getting worse.
The 19-year-old became the first American woman to win the event in more than a half-century.
Parents have swarmed school board meetings to rail against "CRT." Teachers we spoke to say they've hardly heard of it.
A new study suggests white parents tell their kids "to not see color." But pretending they don't doesn't fight racism.
Biracial kids need their parents to talk about race openly and honestly and to celebrate all sides of their background.
5-year-old Wesley Walker and his father, Elijah, are part of the franchise's effort to address racial justice in a direct (but age-appropriate) way.
She received an Academy Award Best Actress nod for "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom."
"When my son gets his license and I send him off in the family SUV ... I will see a nearly 9-year-old. ... But will police officers see a dangerous Black man?"
Parents should read their kids multicultural "any child" stories. Here are 15 new ones that celebrate inclusion.
Where they lived, how old they were, what jobs they did, their sex and their ethnicity are recorded. But there's a catch – or two.
If your child is uncomfortable with their race, here's how to have a conversation about self-love and the value in diversity.
Vaccine distrust and COVID-19 could spell double tragedy for minority groups.
If "Black" is capitalized, should "white" be, too? Here's what language experts and Black writers think about the debate on race, culture and what we call ourselves.