Trump Administration to Suspend Dozens Of Environmental and Health Laws to Build Border Wall
Activists says residents and wildlife along the wall’s proposed route are in danger.
The Race-Focused Books We're Reading This Fall
As the nights grow long and the warm weather recedes, let these books on race, history and culture offer you insight and reflection this fall.
What You Need to Know About the Voter ID Law SCOTUS Refused to End
Native Americans say the North Dakota law was designed to keep them from the polls and violates the Voting Rights Act, the U.S. Constitution and the state Constitution. The Supreme Court just declined to get involved.
Author Q&A: How Hard History and Healthy Friendships Will Save Us All
In “Zora and Me: Cursed Ground,” author T.R. Simon holds a mirror up to young Black people so that they can bear witness to their own courage, strength and magic.
/Now in Racial Justice
Google Doodle Celebrates Latinx Baseball Legend Roberto Clemente
Clemente’s batting prowess and humanitarian work made him a hero to sports fans long before he became the first Latinx player inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Colin Kaepernick and Bryan Stevenson Honored With Harvard's W.E.B. DuBois Medal
The award celebrates contributions to Black culture across various fields.
Time Honors Hasan Minhaj and More 'Next Generation Leaders'
The magazine features Minhaj alongside Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Amandla Stenberg and other rising stars fighting for change.
Colson Whitehead's Next Novel Explores Abuse of Black Boys at Reform School
“The Nickel Boys” will draw on the true story of the Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys, where many Black students died from ritual abuse.
Arts & Culture
LISTEN: MacArthur Genius Vijay Gupta On His Musical Roots and Mission
The violinist and educator discusses his inspiration in the musical traditions of his Bengali immigrant family and his work to uplift disadvantaged classical musicians.
Chris Rock Revisits 'Bring the Pain' for A&E Docuseries
Black Women Animate Partners with Cartoon Network for Boot Camp
Tamir Rice's Mom Wants to Know Why Another Ohio PD Hired the Troubled Cop Who Killed Her Son (Updated)
With Detention Centers at Capacity, ICE Begins Releasing Immigrant Families
Flooded Coastal Communities No Safer After Being Rebuilt With FEMA Dollars
Gender & Sexuality
Harper's Bazaar Celebrates Patrisse Cullors, Other #WomenWhoDare
The magazine’s new conversation series highlights six people pushing for social justice through arts and media.
Increased HPV Vaccine Age Limit Could Save Black, Latinx Lives
Senate Votes to Place Brett Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court
WATCH: Welcome to Detroit (Full)
You’ve seen the sneak peek, now check out the full video! Facing Race presents: Welcome to Detroit.
Facing Race Sneak Peek: Building Authentic Community Government Partnerships
Full "Facing Race" Program Schedule Released!