STUDY: Having Friends of Color Can Make You Seem Less Racist

Researchers say the company White people keep can soften the blow of potentially racist comments.

STUDY: White Students See Asian-Americans as More Competent Than Blacks, Latinos

Researchers find that some students at prestigious universities subscribe to stereotypes that can impact everything from the workforce to the voting booth.

White House Announces $100 Million in Foundation Funding for Girls and Women of Color

After hosting a forum on Friday, the White House Council on Women and Girls announced $100 million in foundation funding for programs that improve the economic status of low-income women and girls of color.

Isla Vista Could Embolden Push For Gun Violence Research

Given recent history, however the odds are long

Still No Federal Funding For Gun Violence Research

A Ga. Republican says no

Evictions Are Still Hurting Communities of Color

Research points to an under-reported trend of evictions in urban areas

The Creation--and Consequences--of the Model Minority Myth

A new study debunks the idea that all Asian American students are high-achieving. And Oiyan Poon, a researcher at the University of Massachusetts, explains why the myth’s bad for all students of color.