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What is alopecia? It’s no laughing matter for millions of Black...

Danita Peoples, Wayne State University The Oscar slap that overshadowed the Academy Awards ceremony was sparked by a joke...

Why addressing racism against Black women in health care is key...

Nabila El-Bassel, Columbia University Forty years into the HIV/AIDS epidemic, Black women continue to bear the highest burden of...

Racial discrimination is linked to suicidal thoughts in Black adults and...

Janelle R. Goodwill, University of Chicago Frederick Douglass is regarded as one of the most prominent abolitionists the world...

Pain of police killings ripples outward to traumatize Black people and...

Denise A. Herd, University of California, Berkeley It’s been one year since George Floyd’s murder by a Minneapolis police...

Revisiting reparations: Is it time for the US to pay its...

Anne C. Bailey, Binghamton University, State University of New York Some 156 years after the end of the Civil...

New teachers mistakenly assume Black students are angry

Alison Cooke, North Carolina State University; Amy Halberstadt, North Carolina State University, and Pamela Watkins Garner, George Mason University The Research Brief is a short...

2020 uprisings, unprecedented in scope, join a long river of struggle...

Matthew Countryman, University of Michigan The river was the metaphor that best captured “the long, continuous movement” of the black freedom struggle for theologian, historian...

Militarization has fostered a policing culture that sets up protesters as...

Tom Nolan, Emmanuel College The unrest sparked by the death of George Floyd after being pinned to the ground by the knee of a Minneapolis...

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Today’s youth reject capitalism, but what do they want to replace...

Joseph Blasi, Rutgers University and Douglas L. Kruse, Rutgers University Today’s youth are increasingly unhappy with the way their elders are running the world. Their...