It's Time for Twitter to Ban Trump [Op-Ed]
Communications strategist Collette Watson on how the 45th president uses Twitter to set the media agenda and shape a public conversation that stokes nativism, xenophobia and demagoguery.
Good News: Fewer Black People Are Dying From Cancer
But the American Association of Cancer Research says deadly health disparities remain.
Kids Around The World Go On A #ClimateStrike
Students march to demand action to save the earth—and to protect those most vulnerable to climate change.
From the Killing Fields: Not In Our Name [Op-Ed]
Khemarey Khoeun—the first Cambodian-American woman to be elected to public office in the United States—on the political ad that seeks to tie AOC to the Khmer Rouge government.
/Now in Racial Justice
'The Boondocks' to Return in 2020
The Freeman family will now live on HBO Max. And yes, creator Aaron McGruder is running the show.
#ColorlinesReads: Fall Into These Books This Autumn
These are all the books we look forward to curling up with as the nights turn cold.
Watch the Trailer for New Docuseries 'Living Undocumented'
The Netflix show follows eight families as they fight to stay in America.
Lilly Singh's New Late Night Show Shakes Things Up
The YouTube sensation made history as the first queer woman of color to host a late night show on a major television network.
Arts & Culture
Writers of Color Loom Large on National Book Awards Longlist
Plays Written by Women of Color Reign on Broadway
Immigration Court Backlog Now Exceeds 1 Million Cases
“Until we fix the design defect of having a court in a law enforcement agency, we will not be able to address the backlog in a fair and effective manner.”
Chaos Surrounds Migrant Tent Court Hearings in Texas
Spike in Uninsured May be Linked to Trump Immigration Policies
Gender & Sexuality
California Poised to Be First State to Provide Free Medication Abortions to College Students
Filmmakers Behind 'The Obituary of Tunde Johnson' Talk Black Male Queerness