WHITENESS AS POLITICAL STRATEGY: THE FIRST WHITE PRESIDENT by Ta-Nehisi Coates
Six Freedoms Black People Do Not Have Under a White Supremacy by Johnny Silvercloud
Surge in Alt-right Violence: At least 43 Murders in the Last Four Years
It’s not just Charlottesville: Self-radicalizing young white men are killing people at an alarming rate.
When White Supremacists Strike, Police Don’t Always Strike Back by Dan Berger
"A Sacred Duty to Confront White Supremacy."
Robert E. Lee's Descendant Was Forced Out Of His Church After Speaking Out Against Racism
‘Resist White Supremacy’: A sign. A farm. And the fury that followed.
John Woodrow Cox
Why Your Criticisms Of Identity Politics Sound Ridiculous
Big Business and White Supremacy: The Racist Roots of America’s “Right-to-Work” Laws
Dreamed up by a segregationist to curb multiracial organizing, “right-to-work” laws continue to bedevil labor
The North’s Jim Crow by Andrew W. Kahrl
Dr. Kahrl studies the history of segregation.
The Geography of Oppression
How King's Assassination Affected the Physical Structures of Cities by Latoya Ruby Frazier
On Race: The Moral High Ground by Charles M. Blow
The Descent of Democracy by Khalil Gibran Muhammad
Speech Is Never Free in a World of Racist Surveillance and Repression
Freedom of speech can easily transform into the freedom to be pursued by the authorities, surveilled and detained
-- William C. Anderson
Why “In the Dark” May Be the Best Podcast of the Year
-- Sarah Larson
The investigative-journalism podcast “In the Dark” would be impressive in any era, but it feels especially welcome in 2018. The show, which is produced by APM Reports, in St. Paul, Minnesota, and hosted by the series’ lead reporter, Madeleine Baran, devotes a newsroom’s worth of time, energy, and resources to asking hard questions about justice in the United States.
Project Implicit is a non-profit organization and international collaborative network of researchers investigating implicit social cognition - thoughts and feelings outside of conscious awareness and control. Project Implicit is the product of a team of scientists whose research produced new ways of understanding attitudes, stereotypes and other hidden biases that influence perception, judgment, and action.
Democrats Back a Bank Bill That Could Hurt Black Homebuyers
A Senate bill passed on Wednesday would loosen regulations on redlining.
Nursing Student Claims University Forced Her To Quit Her Program Because Her Natural Hair Was 'Too Big'
Jade Payadue says if she didn't withdraw, she would've been expelled and unable to re-enroll in another program.
--Tonja Renée Stidhum
Monuments to White Supremacy by Brent Staples
Jump Jim Crow: The Story Behind Blackface
The Enlightenment’s Dark Side
How the Enlightenment created modern race thinking, and why we should confront it.
By Jamelle Bouie
THE KU KLUX KLAN WAS DEAD. THE FIRST HOLLYWOOD BLOCKBUSTER REVIVED IT.
Entertainment Is Powerful and It's Time We All Acknowledge That
Seldom do we talk about the damage done by Gone With the Wind -- April Wolfe
Charlottesville: The Truth About Women and White Supremacy by Laura Smith
Charlottesville and the Effort to Downplay Racism in America by Jia Tolentino
Meet the Clergy Who Stared Down White Supremacists in Charlottesville by Jack Jenkins
American Maniac by Rebekah Frumkin
Whiteness – the reification of an idea designed to facilitate the oppression of the ‘non-white’ – has made me myopic. It has made my world small.