An interview with Robin DiAngelo about her latest book “White Fragility” explains why it can be hard to talk about racism – and what to do about this.
Scientists have long-suspected that racism can negatively affect our health in various ways.
Now there is growing evidence that shows they might be right.
Pop diva Rihanna launches her makeup line Fenty.
With more than 40 shades for all skin tones, Fenty is one of the first brands to address the variety of skin tones and textures among people of color.
Historian Michael Twitty uses Southern food to create awareness and education about slavery.
Manga has an interesting obsession with food, while also providing some fascinating insights into Japanese culture.
An exciting new virtual reality experiment challenges implicit racism and prejudice by allowing light-skinned people the chance to immerse themselves in a darker-skinned body.
McDonald’s workers in the 1990s Soviet Union were required to smile – regardless of cultural norms that discourage excessive smiling. This NPR podcast explains what happened in the aftermath, as customers grew to like it… and workers did, too!
Harnarayan Singh drives hockey mania among his fellow Punjabi-Canadians with his innovative and mesmerizing play-by-play commentary! Listen to how he accomplishes this intercultural feat in this recent interview.
Two professors (one Indian and one white-American) ponder the influence that their own race has on teaching race in the college classroom.