The House sponsor of the legislation, which bans abortion at the moment of conception, was a woman. The measure was quickly signed by the state's female governor, Kay Ivey (R).

The first two Muslim women in Congress have been celebrated and castigated for challenging perceptions and policies.

  • Nora Boustany
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A Georgia political scientist says people should not feel comfortable spewing racist and sexist rhetoric.


Gun violence has dramatically changed faculty life on our college campuses, both in how we teach and how we support students.

  • W. Carson Byrd
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The filmmaker's death at age 51 is a reminder of hypertension's danger for African American men.

  • Terry Neal
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People of color often are misidentified as each other in the workplace — even when the resemblance is little more than skin color.

When you peel back the veil of a careless, awkward mistake, you see it for what it truly is: an act of unconscious bias at best, drive-by racism at worst. And it has real consequences for us in the workplace.

Among the diverse groups that make up the Democratic Party, there is disagreement about what makes a candidate electable.

She The People summit in Texas will have women of color asking presidential candidates about their policies and stances.

President Trump and Smollett hit the privilege jackpot when prosecutors shut down their criminal investigations with little explanation.

At the core of friendship is vulnerability. The brutal truth is that many white women, like much of white America in general, do not consider black women vulnerable.

  • Kim McLarin
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Jamie Black's exhibit at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington uses red dresses to call attention to killed or missing indigenous women.

The mimicry of Yalitza Aparicio on Mexican television revealed an ugly, persistent form of racism in Latin America.

  • Ed Morales
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Questions about whether black immigrants are authentically "African American" point to the limited way we view black people in the United States.

Former American slaves settled Liberia in the 1800s. The Trump administration wants their descendants to take the same journey.

  • Orion Donovan-Smith
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From being mistaken as a maid to being ignored by her colleagues on the street, Gilliam shares the rewards and frustrations of being a trailblazer at The Post.

Rep. Mark Meadows's use of offensive tropes to argue that he is not a racist is not helping him make his case.

Despite the fact that Virginia's governor and attorney general are under fire for admitting to wearing blackface, most African American voters will still make the calculated decision to support Democrats.

  • Andra Gillespie
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Lawrence Ross, a best-selling author and speaker on racism, has some suggestions for how a parent can answer.

The footage clearly shows white teenagers taunting Phillips with “tomahawk chops” while hooting, hollering and laughing, but reporters are asking viewers not to believe what they see.

  • Tristan Ahtone
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