A Recent Judicial Ruling Defining “Jewish” as a Protected Race Follows a Long and Often Ugly History
The Lessons of Unite the Right
Stop Attributing Black Success to a “Wakanda Effect”—Black Panther Is Only One Example of Our Achievement
Crazy Rich Asians Is Crazy, Rich, and Actually Very American
St. Louis Prosecutor Who Didn’t Charge Officer Who Killed Michael Brown Defeated by Reform-Minded Councilman From Ferguson
It Took Until Today for a Black Woman to Make, on Average, What a White Man Made in 2017
Is Getting Our News From Smart Speakers a Threat to Media Diversity?
Sarah Jeong Shouldn’t Be Fired for Her Tweets. That Doesn’t Mean Liberals Have to Defend Them.
In Oakland, Nia Wilson’s Death Could Never Feel “Random”
Why the Aftermath of Nia Wilson’s Death Has Felt at Once Heartbreaking and Hopeful
Random Acts of Flyness Redefines the Late-Night TV Show
In Latest Concession to Conservative Trolls, NY Times Blames Bigotry on Many Sides
How an Arizona Town Responded When Sacha Baron Cohen Depicted Its Residents as a Bunch of Racists
Trevor Noah Doesn’t Get to Decide Who’s French
Ta-Nehisi Coates is Leaving The Atlantic
In Sorry to Bother You, “Sounding White” Means Success. But Linguistic Prejudice Isn’t Limited to Fiction.
Michael Anton’s Op-Ed on Ending Birthright Citizenship Is Racist, Ahistorical Gobbledygook
Sorry to Bother You and the New Black Surrealism
The Righteously Angry Blindspotting Takes on the Complexity of Gentrification
Sandra Oh’s and Darren Criss’ Historic Emmy Noms Show the Two Ways to Diversify Casting