Six Freedoms Black People Do Not Have Under a White Supremacy by Johnny Silvercloud
Everyday Racism in America: Being Black Means Constantly Rendering Yourself Unthreatening to White People by Joy-Ann Reid
How Do Black People Navigate White Worlds? Shape-shifting
The Decisions and Dynamics that Drive Racism
"Popular Culture Actually Shapes How We Understand Reality."
Watch Dr. Su’ad Abdul Khabeer break down how the media's one-dimensional depictions of Black people and Muslims can lead to the formation of dangerous stereotypes that have a real-world impact.
America Is So Very Sorry for Profiling You (Again)
From Yale to Starbucks, these apologies for racial slights aren't cutting it
Black Actor Detained by Cops at Glendale Mall Says He Was Wrongfully Profiled
'You Don't Look Like A Legislator': Ohio Lawmaker Stopped, Harassed Twice By Statehouse Security
Police had to be extra careful because black don't crack and racial bias. By Ricky Riley
Victoria’s Secret Manager Calls Cops on Black Woman Forced to Return Bra with Security Tag On It — and Has Her Handcuffed
After Starbucks: Will they serve me? Will they be rude? by Monica Drake
#MovingInWhileBlack: Former White House Staffer Accused of Breaking Into His Own Apartment by Yesha Callahan
Man Who Called 911 on Black Golfers: ‘Other Than Her Mouth, There’s Not Any Weapons’
-- Maria Perez
You Shouldn't Need Viral Videos To Know Black Americans Are Telling The Truth
by Zahida Sherman
Being harrassed for living #WhileBlack can happen at a Starbucks. It can happen at a Waffle House. It can happen in your home.
@MsPackyetti asked you to share your #WhileBlack stories with Mic. This is what you had to say.
White Woman Calls Police On Black Swimmers For Not Talking To Her Because She Was 'Depressed’
She cried enough white tears to fill a pool. -- Ashleigh Atwell
This Week I Discovered the New Scooters in Oakland Shout Loud Threats to Call the Police On You if You Stand On Them But Don’t Buy a Ride
Built-in alarm sparks anger from city officials amid concerns over racism and policing: ‘This is a threat to people’
Whites Have Huge Wealth Edge Over Blacks (But Don't Know It)
Minnesota City’s Ordinance Illegally Targets People of Color in Rental Housing
‘Atlanta’ Shows Why the Black Working Class Is in Trouble
Brains and talent are no match for the demise of factory work, and racism makes it worse. By Noah Smith
Microaggressions Don't Just 'Hurt Your Feelings' by Alia E. Dastagir
Black and Brown Students Are Denied Access To Advanced Placement Courses, the New Jim Crow In Education by David Love
Adults View Black Girls as Less Innocent than White Girls, Research Shows
by Ben Chapman
White Adoptive Parents Of 1-Year-Old Black Girl Who Died After Being Left In Hot Car Reportedly Have Yet To Be Charged
Adoptive dad Matt Barker reportedly forgot 1-year-old Katera Barker in the car seat of his pickup truck before leaving for an out-of-town business trip. By Kimberley Richards
Confident and Conflicted About Whiteness by Dae Shik Kim Hawkins Jr.
Slavery and Jim Crow still influence political behavior. Whites in counties where slavery was widespread in 1860 are more likely to support racist policies and politicians today and blacks in counties with more lynchings are still less likely to vote.
A Bad Check for Black America
Nixon’s embrace of “black capitalism” was a canny move that ultimately decimated the black community and turned the wealth gap into a wealth chasm.
#OscarsSoBlackAndWhite and the Myth of Black Privilege by Mark Tseng-Putterman