Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) believes her DNA allows her to claim Native American heritage. For me, the story is much more complex.

  • Anna Pulley
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Asian Americans are at the center of the legal battle over Harvard's race-conscious admissions policy. But it's white Americans who most oppose affirmative action.

  • W. Carson Byrd
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Debate over the allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have some parents worried about their sons' future.

Middle-class white parents largely avoid talking to their children about race and those who do adopt a color-blind rhetoric, telling their children that people may "look different" but that "everyone is the same."

  • Megan R. Underhill
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As debate roils around whether Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh should be judged for a sexual assault alleged to have happened when he was 17, researchers note that black boys seldom get that kind of consideration for 'youthful indiscretions.'

It is no easy task to recognize--in others and ourselves--the implicit, insidious, and often invisible bias against transgender people.

The gender-neutral word has become so popular that it was added to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary last week.

From bugalú to Caribbean-influenced hip-hop, the blackness of being Puerto Rican was part of my New York experience.

  • Perspective

Growing up in the United States, I thought I was very Chinese — until I decided to move to Hong Kong.

  • Perspective

Both Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and President Trump recognize the connection between race and democracy.

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