The Canadian singer looked back at her pop-punk music career on "Phone a Friend with Jessi Cruickshank."
Ava DuVernay says Black filmmakers are told they won't get into international film festivals: 'No one will come'
The acclaimed director opened up about the challenges of gaining entry to film festivals as a Black filmmaker.
Here's everything you need to know about the ongoing debate over Downey's use of blackface in the 2008 comedy.
Maternal death rates are on the rise in the U.S., spiking significantly in 2021. Black women in particular are nearly three times more likely to die from a pregnancy-related cause than white women.
"Secrets of Miss America" explores the racism that has been a part of the pageant since its inception.
Poll: Trump voters say racism against white Americans is a bigger problem than racism against Black Americans
As various reparations efforts across the country attempt to gain momentum, new polling reveals how deep political dynamics go toward explaining why reparations for Black Americans continue to be so unpopular in the U.S.
Before this week, Bluesky did not have an automated system in place to prevent people from including the n-word in their handle.
As talk of reparations ripples through the federal and local governments nationwide, Evanston, Ill., has become the first city in the U.S. to put money in the hands of Black residents affected by years of discrimination.
Black TV news reporters share why they wear their braids on-air: 'Just because I work in TV, it should not prohibit me from being able to experience my hair'
News anchors everywhere are embracing their protective styles on-air.
Three years removed from the groundswell of support for Black Lives Matter, many of the movement’s leaders are divided on the outcome of the biggest movement in U.S. history. Some share frustration over a perceived lack of progress, while others celebrate the ongoing journey.
Colman Domingo says banning books, plays and drag queens is 'the exact opposite of what America is about'
"You're not going to silence me. You're not going to cover my mouth up."
This travel influencer saw a man's racist texts about her. Why she spoke up and made him feel 'uncomfortable.'
Taila Rouse called a man sitting next to her on a flight after seeing his "disgusting" text messages.
Speaking to the media on Thursday, Rep. Jamaal Bowman, D-N.Y., responded to remarks made by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene earlier in the day in which she said he is “aggressive” and that she feels “threatened by him.” The lawmakers engaged in an argument on the Capitol steps on Wednesday. Invoking the history of violence against Black men after he was described as aggressive, Bowman said her remarks were “incredibly dangerous and incredibly reckless.
Speaking to the media on Thursday, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., was asked about an argument she got into with Rep. Jamaal Bowman, D-N.Y., on Wednesday. In the Thursday remarks, Greene made several unsubstantiated statements about Bowman, saying “he has a history of aggression” and “he’s someone that people should watch.” She also alleged Bowman called her a white supremacist, to which she took offense. Doing that, she said, “is like calling a person of color the N-word.”In 2021, the House voted to strip Greene of her committee assignments, in part because of her endorsement of violence against Democrats. And in a video recorded before she was elected to Congress, Greene could be seen harassing a Parkland shooting survivor.
The recent mass shooting in Allen, Texas highlights some of the reasons certain people of color end up being drawn to extremist groups.
Dan Snyder reportedly ready to sell Commanders, will be remembered as one of the worst owners in U.S. pro sports I The Rush
Dan Snyder is reportedly in the process of selling the Washington Commanders to Philadelphia 76ers owner Josh Harris for a cool $6 billion. If the sale goes through, it will be the largest purchase of a pro sports team in U.S. history. The Snyder era—spanning 24 years—will be remembered for its on-field failures and organizational chaos and scandal. Plus, an entrepreneur and global sports star will become a Commanders co-owner, should the proposed sale gain approval.
As Detroit moves ahead with a plan to provide reparations to Black residents, a recent survey sheds new light on Detroiters’ perceptions of racial inequality, and the role the government should play in addressing such issues.
Martin Lewis apologised to his followers after offending them over 'casual racism' comment.
Some people believe the Conservative leader's post included a "dog whistle" signalling a fascist movement.
Science author Nicholas Wade testified Wednesday at a House hearing on the origins of the coronavirus, but he was instead confronted with questions about his controversial views on race and genetics, which Democrats noted had been endorsed by white supremacists.
'Dilbert' creator Scott Adams says he won't apologize for offending people with comments on race: 'No, because I did it intentionally'
Adams plans to bring back "Dilbert" on his subscription website.
Midwife Olukemi Akinmeji was wrongly portrayed as a thief on her last day at William Harvey Hospital in Ashford, Kent, a tribunal heard.
Bryan Cranston on the 'Make America Great Again' slogan: 'Do you accept that that could possibly be construed as a racist remark?'
The "Breaking Bad" alum says it's important that critical race theory is taught.
Last week, Adams called "Blacks" a "hate group" and urged white people "to get the hell away."
New research from the Anti-Defamation League’s Center on Extremism shows that all of the 25 extremism-related murders in the United States last year were linked to right-wing extremists.
Over 100 years after a campaign of racial terror drove Black people from Forsyth County, Ga., the county is making strides toward becoming a more diverse community. But some residents believe that in order to truly progress, it must fully confront its history, especially in its schools.