The World Mourns Renowned Architect I.M. Pei
Pei designed iconic works—including the Louvre and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame—that are nothing short of amazing.
Gucci Under Fire for Appropriating Sikh Culture
The company is still selling inappropriate designs.
Standardized Test to Add 'Adversity Score' to Results
The organization behind the SATs wants to provide race- and class-related context to college admissions testing.
Latinx Parents Deported in Emotional 'Party of Five' Reboot
The 2019 version of the series follows five siblings after their parents are sent to Mexico.
San Francisco Says Nah to Facial Recognition Software
The city is the first in the nation to ban the police and other municipal departments from using the technology.
Watch the Trailer for Laquan McDonald Documentary, '16 Shots'
The Showtime documentary will examine the 17-year-old’s murder at the hands of the Chicago Police Department and the subsequent cover-up.
Naomi Shihab Nye Is New Young People's Poet Laureate
The poet is the first Arab American to hold the title.
New Comic Book Stars Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as a Superhero
The first-year Congress member and the “Freshman Force” are poised to take down Washington, D.C.
Central Park Five Speaks Ahead of 'When They See Us' Premiere
Antron McCray, Kevin Richardson, Yusef Salaam, Raymond Santana and Korey Wise tell their stories before the Ava DuVernay-helmed miniseries about their lives hits Netflix.
Navajo Code Talker Fleming Begaye Sr. Dies At 97
The Navajo Nation mourns the Diné hero.
Smithsonian Highlights How Transcontinental Railroad Impacted Native Americans
The Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center delves into how the railroad—largely constructed by Chinese immigrants—added to the destruction of Native American lands, livelihood and sovereignty.
Activists Organize to Bail Out Black Mamas for Mother's Day
In more than two dozen cities across the country, mothers who cannot afford bail are getting help to get home.
These Cards Will Help You Celebrate ALL Mamas
Every year, the Mamas Day campaign honors mothers of all kinds with cards we actually want to give.
New Docuseries on Race in America Says 'We Gon' Be Alright'
Based on Jeff Chang’s book of the same title, the series examines the roots of America’s division and inequality—and how we can change course.
WATCH: Awkwafina Stars in New Dramatic-Comedy 'The Farewell'
The new film, based on a true story, explores how an Asian family deals with the impending death of a loved one.
Lyft and Uber Drivers Strike, Ask Riders to Close Apps
The drivers for rideshare companies look to put the brakes on wage reductions.
Firelight Media's Documentary Lab Is Looking for Diverse Stories
The Documentary Lab is an 18-month fellowship that provides one-on-one mentoring, networking resources and financial support for up-and-coming filmmakers of color.
Chef Kwame Onwuachi Wins James Beard 'Rising Star Prize'
The Bronx-native is one of several chefs of color honored.
John Singleton Laid to Rest
The iconic director had a private homegoing ceremony following a fatal stroke.
New Doc Peeks Inside Nail Salons' Booming Business
“Nailed It” explores the industry’s history and connection to the Vietnamese-American community.