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Jennifer Lopez. Latinx woman with blond hair in a high ponytail, wearing red high neck top standing in front of step and repeat.

Hollywood Struggles to Represent Latinx People On Screen

A new study found that over the course of a decade, just 3 percent of the 100 top-grossing movies starred Latinx actors.

Althea Gibson. Black and white photo of Black woman dressed in white playing tennis.

New Statue Honors Tennis Great Althea Gibson

“In our sport of tennis, she was the one that really broke the color barrier. She is the Jackie Robinson of tennis.”

"Touching History." Black person dressed in white protective gear works on the floor restoring a window.

HBCU Students Help Restore Historic Sites Tied to Black Activism

Touching History: Preservation in Practice is a partnership between HBCUs, the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, the National Park Service (NPS) and the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Nyge Turner and Merk Nguyen. Young Black man wearing black headphones and holding a tape recorder. He's wearing a red hat, checkered shirt, white t-shirt  standing next to young Asian American woman holding a microphone. She has long dark hair.

New Season of Adult ISH Podcast Opens With Convo On Birth Control for Men

The show is made by and for young folks of color. Co-host Nygel Turner: “We want to let people like us know that we all have a space here.”

Young White man in blue scrubs draws blood from Black man wearing hospital gown.

Medical Association Blasts Trump Administration for Attacking Health Care Rights

American Medical Association to Department of Health and Human Services: “This proposal marks the rare occasion in which a federal agency seeks to remove civil rights protections.”

Two Black people, one White person, sitting beside each other in office setting.

Poll Confirms Split in Views on Race in America

Take Pew Research Center’s new quiz to find out who shares your views on race and equity.

Spike Lee. Middle aged Black man wearing red t-shirt, blue glasses and white baseball cap.

Spike Lee Is Tired of Asking If Trump Likes People of Color

“Why are we still asking is this guy a White supremacist? It’s not even a question anymore.”

Robin Thede. Black woman wearing black and gold V-neck dress with high ponytail standing in front of HBO step and repeat.

Robin Thede On the Secret to Success for 'A Black Lady Sketch Show'

“The thing you’re going to feel differently on our show is that Black women are writing for Black women and a Black woman is directing the show. A Black woman created the show, there are Black women executive producing the show, so our hands are felt all in it.”

Black pilgrims. A group of Black people with heads down and hands up in prayer.

Descendants of Enslaved Visit Ghana to Memorialize Kidnapped Ancestors

Four hundred years after the forced arrival of 20 Africans in what would become the United States, hundreds of descendants traveled from Jamestown Virginia to the Jamestown district of Accra, Ghana.

Colin Kaepernick. Black man with cornrows and facial hair wearing white fitted jersey.

Colin Kaepernick Guest Edits Paper Magazine

The activist takes over the latest issue to keep the conversation—and the work—going around the fight for justice for Black and Brown people.

Eric Garner protest. Person holds pink flowers and white sign that reads, "We are Eric Garner."

NYPD Finally Fires Cop Who Killed Eric Garner

Emerald Snipes-Garner to New York Police Department Commissioner James P. O’Neill: “I thank you for firing the officer. But we will go after the rest of the officers involved. It’s not over.”

Colin Kaepernick. Black man with cornrows going back and facial hair, wearing a black suit jacket with gold details.

Colin Kaepernick Praises Those Who Continue to Protest Police Violence

The athlete shouts out football players Eric Reid, Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson II, who are still kneeling: “They have never moved past the people.”

Black Millennial Survey. Six Black women wearing pants and dresses, all dressed in white.

Millennials Overwhelmingly Support Criminal Justice Reform

The latest survey from the GenForward Project says even across lines of race and ethnicity, millennials are deeply concerned about the relationship between police and the people they are supposed to serve and protect.

WATCH: Normani Pays Homage to Black Girl Faves in New Video

The singer’s video for “Motivation” bigs up the entertainers who set the stage for her to shine.

David Levien and Brian Koppelman. Two middle-aged White men with short gray hair wearing gray suit jackets and jeans in front of a step and repeat.

New York's Cayuga Nation Sues Showtime for Defamation

“This episode of ‘Billions’ is a deliberate and intentional resort to an offensive stereotype of Native Americans,” alleges the lawsuit. 

Black hair. Office scene showing three people of color. Two Black women with natural hair and a Latinx man with short dark hair and facial hair.

Campaign Seeks Federal Discrimination Protection for Black Hair

A new Color of Change petition says: “Across America, Black people are policed, humiliated and even sent home because employers and peers want to control our expression. We won bills that end hair discrimination in two states, and now we are fighting to end it across the nation.”

Jay-Z. Black man in white Bob Marley sweatshirt with bandana around forehead.

Jay-Z Partners With NFL, World is Confused

With athlete-turned-activist Colin Kaepernick still out of work for protesting police violence, many don’t understand how the MC can support the league that blacklisted him.

"The 1619 Project." White text on a black background.

The 1619 Project Centers the Enslaved, Rethinks Story of America

“It aims to reframe the country’s history…placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of Black Americans at the very center of the story we tell ourselves about who we are.”

Steven Canals. Latinx man wearing dark glasses with dark hair, dresses in black suit jacket and black shirt.

'Pose' Co-creator Steven Canals on Breaking Boundaries for QTPOC

“For the work to be recognized, and for it to be work that uplifts LGBTQ people of color, is pretty incredible.”

George Takei. Elder Japanese-American man with short gray hair wearing blue suite jacket and striped shirt seated in front of sign reading "Terror."

George Takei: 'We've Reached A New, Grotesque Low'

The activist and actor—whose new television show is set in a WWII-era Japanese-American community—says the horror of America’s immigration policy is ongoing.