This is part of a series on inequality and opportunity in America, from the Guardian Newspaper.
Did you see the interview with the Korea expert, from his home office, where his children come into the room? Who did you think the woman was who frantically pulled them out?
Gun ownership, divorce, and energy, to happiness, check out these maps!
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.
Sikh Captain America takes to the streets to combat intolerance – Vishavjit Singh takes an innovative approach to fighting intolerance by drawing on one of his favorite superheroes!
This article by Chryselle D’Silva Dias on Global Post looks at skin color in India and the way some people are fighting back against the view that lighter skin is better. Included is an example of a commercial for a skin whitening cream.
Fascinating story on the history and proliferation of Chinese restaurants in the United States, and their link to immigration and limitations on immigration.
“Please do this instead: Do not wear a headscarf in “solidarity” with the ideology that most silences us, equating our bodies with “honor.” Stand with us instead with moral courage against the ideology of Islamism that demands we cover our hair.” Asra Q. Nomani and Hala Arafa
“The mismatch argument is flawed because it assumes under-prepared black students will opt to fail instead of push to succeed. Ultimately, I wonder what proponents are actually trying to protect: a system that includes black students who are like I was, or a status quo that keeps them out?”