Neuroscientists may have crossed an “ethical rubicon” by growing lumps of human brain in the lab, and in some cases transplanting the tissue into animals, researchers warn. The creation of mini-brains
In the vocabulary of ethnicity, some designations are obvious. African Americans are of African descent; Latinos have Latin American roots. But what about Caucasians? If a Native American told a Caucasian
The teen authors of Tell Me Who You Are want to change how American students are taught about race. Winona Guo and Priya Vulchi were just two 17-year-olds hoping to change the way students talk about when
At Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY)’s roundtable at Youngstown, Ohio, on Thursday, a white woman holding a baby in her arms asked how Democrats could throw around the term “white privilege” when her community
Nearly 50 years have passed since Kamala Harris joined the legions of children bused to schools in distant neighborhoods as the United States attempted to integrate its racially segregated public schools.
But the cheerful newspaper photos of those visits and holiday celebrations didn’t capture what happened when the cameras were gone: harrowing abuse. After opening in 1958, Junior Village became the largest
Behind the story: How a drive through rural Kentucky led to a mostly forgotten part of black history
The sprawling horse farms off Route 68 northeast of Lexington, Ky., have a captivating pull. After miles of peeking out the window for hurried glimpses, I pulled my rental car to the side of the road.