The program will teach CDC employees how to “identify three levels of racism” and “examine the mechanisms of systemic racism.”
USC’s Marshall School of Business’ dean is on the defensive after receiving widespread backlash for his handling of the incident.
The university has since apologized for the manner in which the events were described and promoted by the school.
What French philosopher Jean-Louis Chrétien would say about Critical Race Theory and the deficiencies of our political discourse.
The number of National Guard troops in Kenosha will be doubled from 125 to 250 by Tuesday evening.
His decision comes following riots that erupted after police shot a black man while responding to a domestic violence call
The New York Times’s chief critic has launched a campaign to end the merit-based “blind audition” hiring process for orchestras.
For centuries, France has been a bastion of universalism. But the country is witnessing the gradual fracture of its Enlightenment
Study after study has demonstrated that most pregnancy-related deaths are preventable.
The Senate’s only black Republican made his remarks while unveiling the Republican police reform bill on Wednesday.
We must defend against the left’s anti-American, anti-police narrative.
A sadly misguided attack on one of the simplest, most universal activities known to man misses the point.
On “blackfishing” and outrage.
President Trump would double the support he received from African American voters in 2016 if he ends up facing former
In his beautifully written new book, Thomas Chatterton Williams disputes the notion that his blackness should be central to his
Does it really make sense to smear people as ‘racist’ for their intent to perform a work that acknowledges and
Black Hollywood’s new self-exploitation.
Thomas Chatterton Williams’s new memoir, Self-Portrait in Black and White: Unlearning Race, is a bold experiment in reimagining American racial