Tagged With Race

Sephora is temporarily closing its stores for inclusion training, but it might not be enough to stop racial profiling


A photo of the 2019 Miss India pageant is sparking outrage because the finalists all appear to have fair skin


A New York teacher made black students take part in a mock slave auction, and acted out putting shackles on them, prosecutors say



Students in the college admissions scandal were told to lie about their race on their applications


Congressional aides are more racially diverse than ever before


The Hungarian State Opera asked white singers to sign a card saying they were African-American in order to perform the show 'Porgy and Bess'



The University of Kentucky is investigating after a former student posted a racist photo on Snapchat saying 'N-----s should die'


Jordan Peele says he doesn't see himself ever casting a white male lead: 'I've seen that movie'


Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity suspends University of Georgia chapter after racist video goes viral


Elizabeth Warren called herself 'American Indian' on her 1986 bar registration card, heightening scrutiny of her race claims


On his first day in jail undercover, a former gang member-turned-chaplain learned things would be different this time around


Bernie Sanders claims white voters in Florida and Georgia were 'uncomfortable' voting for black candidates



Elizabeth Warren's DNA test sparks a heated debate on the left


Striking maps show how race keeps kids from climbing the economic ladder across the US


Only 15 people have ever finished the gruelling and secretive Barkley Marathons — here's what the race is like, according to people who've tried


How a black cop infiltrated the KKK — the true story behind Spike Lee's 'BlacKkKlansman'



A booming California coffee chain says it knows the key to one of Starbucks' biggest customer problems


A single speech from a top Fed official shows why the imperative of racial and economic diversity is so much more than just lip-service


Starbucks is closing all stores in the US for racial-bias training -- yet baristas say the problem runs deeper than many customers realise


America's first lynching memorial is now open in the 'Cradle of the Confederacy' -- take a look inside