We were wrong to presume women would vote for Hillary Clinton because of her gender. Here’s why Trump supporters still call themselves feminists A man who uses misogynistic language and has been accused
Now some Clinton supporters, particularly women, are getting restless and asking themselves: What can we do now? The answer for many: Let's organize to win the next election — and get more women involved
White Americans have a very long history of getting violent when minorities exercise their right to vote
The 2016 American presidential campaign has renewed concerns about the specter of violence in American electoral politics. The campaign has been marked by tense—and occasionally violent—altercations between
The Pink Ladoo project in Australia, Canada and the UK takes a traditional sweet shared at the birth of a son to say that girls should be celebrated too When Raj Khaira’s brother was born, ladoos, a popular
Donald Trump’s white supremacist delusions: Why does the GOP nominee think “race riots” are breaking out across America?
(AP/Patrick Semansky) October 5, 2016 6:44PM (UTC) I have finally finished reading Joe Lansdale’s wonderful book “The Bottoms.” There are some great passages where the main character Harry Crane and his
Remarks come after Obama said the Republican missed a 'civics lesson about slavery and Jim Crow' KENANSVILLE, N.C. – Republican presidential nominee declared African Americans are worse off than “ever,
The only reason Racists Anonymous seems weird is that almost nobody in America admits they’re racist
In Concord, North Carolina, a group called Racists Anonymous has been meeting for the past month. It’s based in Trinity United Church of Christ fellowship hall, and the organizers are hoping other congregations
“The enemy right now, the overwhelming majority of people coming in are people of color or people of Hispanic origin.” In defending himself from accusations of racism and homophobia on Friday, Maine Gov.
Bernie Sanders’ former national press secretary says she experienced repeated incidents of racism on the campaign trail, and at one point broke down in tears in her car. In an interview for Lenny, an newsletter
US judges overturn a North Carolina voting law that targeted African Americans with “almost surgical precision”
The Reverend William Barber II is having a blessed day—less than twenty-four hours after he rocked the Democratic national convention with a prophetic call for social justice, a federal appeals court out