White House condemns border guard use of whip-like cord against Haitian migrants
The migrants - mostly from Haiti - have been crossing back and forth between a camp in Texas and Ciudad Acuna in Mexico to buy food and water
OPINION: Why it matters that descendants of Dutch slaves can change their names for free
In Utrecht, name changing will be free of charge for the descendants of enslaved communities and is seen as a small act of reparations. Not enough, but it is a start.
OPINION: 'Distinctively British' TV must look beyond whiteness
There are people of all backgrounds here, yet it doesn’t feel like they are a consideration in this regulation of 'Britishness'
OPINION: We have to address racial representation in the workplace
A firm may assume its racial balance at senior level is perfectly reasonable looked at through a BAME filter, when there are actually zero Black employees.
Buckingham Palace supports BLM movement, senior aide says
In a Channel 4 News interview, senior aide Ken Olisa - the first Black Lord-Lieutenant of London - said the palace supports the BLM movement
OPINION: American Muslims look for hope, not hate twenty years after 9/11
Despite the stifling impact of anti-Muslim bigotry and systemic biases in our legal system, American Muslims today are persevering.
OPINION: How language changed laws and norms after 9/11
The Patriot Act claimed vast powers for law enforcement and further confused the lines between war and justice, privileging security over civil liberties
Racial inequities cost U.S. economy trillions, researchers find
Large gaps in rates of employment, education, and earnings persist across races, says San Francisco Federal Reserve president
Is Britain's social care insurance hike unfair for Black and Asian workers?
Critics say people from ethnic minority groups will be disproportionately affected by the insurance increase because they tend to be younger and lower-paid
Taliban claim control of Panjshir, opposition says resistance will continue
The Taliban assured the people of Panjshir, who are ethnically distinct and who fought them during their 1996-2001 rule, that there would be no "discriminatory act against them"