In 2016, a year that’s been marked with more than its fair share of tragedy and high-profile deaths, things in America have been especially grim when it comes to dealing with racism. Central to that is
Being black or minority ethnic bigger barrier to employment than any other factor finds Royal Academy of Engineering Black engineering graduates are less likely to find jobs than white students with lower
This change could be the first step in serious criminal justice reform. Supporters of criminal justice reform are requesting that law enforcement agencies begin recording the arrest and imprisonment rate
For African American boys, the presumption of guilt starts before they have entered a kindergarten classroom, new research shows. In a study presented Wednesday to a meeting of education policy officials,
Eight years ago, at the dawn of the Obama era, pundits seriously debated whether the election of the nation's first black president would mark an end to the country's long history of racial inequality.
The New York Times and the Kaiser Family Foundation published an opinion poll Friday of residents of Chicago, a city that's currently wrestling with overlapping crises in its schools, police department,