The reputations of two American pop culture icons were impacted by racism in recent weeks: Papa John's and "Little House on the Prairie." How can rooted discrimination be detected and exposed without exerting censorship? What is the frontier of public (symbolic) lynching?
The beloved teddy bear Paddington is, in fact, an immigrant that arrived in London from the "Darkest Peru."
Talking about the Holocaust in the 21st century seems both recidivist and diachronic. Many may think that "the past is past" but others, especially historians, insist that being aware of our history allows us to avoid making the same mistakes.
Hablar del Holocausto en el siglo XXI pareciera tanto reincidente como diacrónico. Muchos piensan que “el pasado, pasado está” mientras otros, en especial los historiadores, insisten en que ser conscientes de nuestra historia nos permite evitar cometer los mismos errores.
Writer and activist Darnell L. Moore is in Philadelphia presenting his book, “No Ashes in the Fire,” an autobiography inspired by his traumatic experience growing up black and gay in Camden, New Jersey.
Some of the worst racial violence in Los Angeles history occurred in June 1943 when American servicemen launched racially motivated attacks against Mexican American and black men who were wearing the oversized suits popular at the time.
The nomination of Ronald Mortensen as Secretary of the Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration is irrefutable evidence that in the Trump era, there is no room for dissent.
La nominación de Ronald Mortensen como Secretario del Bureau de Población, Refugiados y Migración es la prueba irrefutable de que en la era Trump no hay espacio para la disidencia.
La semana pasada, el presidente Trump le sumó a su gimnasia retórica un último término: "animales".
Last week, President Trump added to his rhetorical gymnastics with the debut of his latest hot-button term: "animals."
Recent attacks against people who spoke Spanish in public places reveal the refusal of many Americans to accept that the Spanish language is part of the history of America.
The streets echo what is said in the White House: from "animals" to "beaners" to "criminals." Now we see people being reprimanded for speaking Spanish. Welcome to Trump's new "America".
Las calles hacen eco de lo que escuchan en la Casa Blanca: de animales a “beaners”; de criminales a objetos de reprimendas por hablar español. Esta es la nueva “América” de Trump.
Two candidates for the governorship of Georgia have shown in their campaigns that in the Trump Era there are no longer limits to racism and xenophobia.
Dos candidatos a la gobernación de Georgia han demostrado en sus campañas que en la Era Trump ya no existen límites para el racismo y la xenofobia.
The controversy of the coffee company for racism is again evidence of a problem rooted in American culture.
La polémica de la compañía americana por racismo pone nuevamente en evidencia un problema arraigado en la cultura estadounidense.
The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has radically changed its mission statement on all its platforms, distancing itself from its support for a country of immigrants and moving closer to the Trump Administration's format.
La Oficina de Servicios de Ciudadanía e Inmigración (USCIS) ha cambiado radicalmente la declaración de su misión en todas sus plataformas, distanciándose de su apoyo a un país de inmigrantes y acercándose más al formato de la Administración Trump.
William Villalongo is a co-curator of Black Pulp, an exhibition in Philadelphia that mixes art and historical archives to describe the struggle of black people to live with full rights.
The topic of Antifa arose this week during a panel discussion in Wilmington on the resurgence of hate groups in the U.S.
Diversos representantes del gobierno y organizaciones gubernamentales se reunieron el pasado 17 de enero para discutir el estado del odio y la discriminación en EE.UU.
Teachers, schools need to discuss Trump's racist language, educators say.
Government officials and organization representatives gathered on Jan. 17 to discuss the state of hate and bias in the U.S.
Before the imminent government shutdown due to disagreements among legislators, the author, and political commentator Mark Steyn said that it’s the Democrat’s fault for advocating on behalf of the undocumented immigrants.