Civil rights pioneer wants arrest record for refusing to give up seat expunged
The civil rights pioneer Claudette Colvin, who in 1955 refused to give up her bus seat for a white person in Montgomery, Alabama, is asking a court to expunge all records of her arrest, saying she was never notified that her probation was finished.
Use these free university-developed tools to get your students talking about freedom of speech - Poynter
This week I had the privilege of speaking to students at Morgan State University in Baltimore.
'The Morning Show' recap, Season 2, Ep. 6: Alex is gone, and so is Bradley's privacy
Greta Lee and Holland Taylor in "The Morning Show."
English schools must not teach 'white privilege' as fact, government warns
English schools should not teach "contested theories and opinions ... such as white privilege" as fact, the government has said prior to the publication of new guidance outlining how teaching certain political issues could break the law.
New rose named after one of UK's first documented black gardeners
One of Britain's first known black gardeners has been honoured with a rose named after him in celebration of his life.
Good Afternoon, News: City & County Anti-Vaxxers Fired, Portland Food Workers Impacted By Extreme Weather, and the Netflix Walkout
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Netflix employees walk out to protest airing of transphobic Dave Chappelle special - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Netflix Inc. workers in Los Gatos and Los Angeles staged a walkout Wednesday in protest of the company's airing of Dave Chappelle's transphobic remarks in his latest comedy special.
Texas GOP's Electoral Map Gives White People Disproportionate Control Over State
The Texas legislature passed a new congressional map on Monday that gives disproportionate favor to Republicans and marginalizes the influence of nonwhite voters.
Equity in the great outdoors: Toronto campaigns look to make green spaces more inclusive | CBC News
On a recent sunny fall morning, a group of Flemingdon Park residents walked slowly through E.T. Seton Park.
'Our music charts are still kind of segregated': critic Kelefa Sanneh on pop, fandom and race
hen Nik Cohn wrote Awopbopaloobop Alopbamboom: The Golden Age of Rock in 1969, he only had 15 years of the rock'n'roll era to process.