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In a new poll, only about a quarter of Americans say they believe President Trump personally opposes white nationalism.
Elizabeth Warren isn't the only one leaning on racist ideas about DNA.
More than one-quarter of white Americans say they've personally used the word in the past five years.
That's why Trump keeps talking about football and why he just pardoned a black boxer.
While he was alive, most white Americans didn't think Martin Luther King Jr. was helping the cause of civil rights.
Everyone wants the best for their kids, but white parents are hoarding resources for their children.
You can totally stop being an ignorant racist right now. This instant. You don't even have to lift a finger. All you have to do is learn. I've said it before and I'll say it again: it is never a bad thing to learn.
Hillary Clinton worked for party unity, but only after a very hard-fought and contentious primary season. I offer these reminders up, because now she finds herself in the opposite role. And it seems like everyone's memory has gone fuzzy when recalling the final two months of the 2008 race.
My thoughts have been very influenced about what I identify myself as. When people ask me where I'm from, I usually respond with the United States. I then internally brace myself for the following question: "No, where are you really from?"
Those between the ages of 45 and 54 have seen a startling increase in death rates.
For all the impressive and powerfully moving expressions of multiracial solidarity that came in response to June 17th, it is still hard to avoid deep dismay.
If Republicans benefit from dividing us by race and increasing white resentment, then we have to do whatever we can to build stronger and better relations across racial lines, in particular between whites and non-whites.
Racism has proven to be a continuing and confounding reality in the story of America. Efforts such as this study help us realize that there is still much to learn and "fix" in American democracy.
A study examining racial disparities reveals that people are more empathic to whites than blacks, especially when it comes to medical treatment for pain. How do we close this gap if most fail to realize that it exist?
I will give Spike Lee his props. I will give John Singleton his respect. But directors such as Tyler Perry and many others who continue to profit from such slander and stereotype of the black population should be held responsible for such backlash that comes from Django.
“Increased calories, nutritional adequacy and decreased activity have probably been important factors,” Dr. Richard Jantz
Have you ever had a conversation like the fictional one above, in which the person you're talking to (or maybe you yourself) hesitated before using race to describe someone? Or maybe avoided mentioning race altogether?