Athletics facilitate a "separate admissions system" for white wealthy students that federal officials say they want to end.
“Maybe I haven’t been as strong on this issue as I could be,” the Vermont senator admitted.
And black adults were three times as likely as white ones to have close family in jail or prison for over a year, per a study from Cornell University and Fwd.us.
Colin Kaepernick is the new face of Nike and conservatives are burning the brand’s clothing because of it.
Lower African-American unemployment doesn't fix a glaring racial disparity.
It can’t be one or the other.
Amnesty International has named Colin Kaepernick Ambassador of Conscience for his fight for racial equality. The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback began kneeling during the national anthem in protest of racial injustice and police brutality.
She has pleaded guilty, saying she made up the story after cutting herself and her clothing.
Kaep is reclaiming his protest as GQ’s “Citizen of the Year.”
The Seattle team isn't just using gestures to fight racial inequality. It's using money.
"We don’t need to depend on our celebrities and athletes to do it. We can do it ourselves."
The next stop on HuffPost’s “Listen To America” bus tour was Birmingham, Alabama, where we met Lisa McNair, the sister of Denise McNair. Denise was the youngest victim of the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing by the KKK in 1963.
Over the past few decades, effective tax rates on U.S. corporations and the richest 1 percent have fallen by about a third
The music-infused play "Party People" explores how emotionally taxing it is "to be woke" today.
This is an open letter to Secretary of Education designate Betsy DeVos. We hope the task force will, among other things, ask
The ongoing everyday struggle of Native Americans to live a life of self-determination in the midst of an economy plagued
The classic board game we all know and love has been updated for 2016 with a twist of racial inequality, and just in time for the holidays! Sanaa Lathan sells the sad truth in this hilarious parody commercial. To make a difference in the lives of those in foster care, visit http://sanaalathanfoundation.org/
Conversations about race often feature reminders that, although imperfect, our society has made much progress toward racial equity.