The author Ibram Kendi and The Boston Globe team up to cover racism, inspired by Boston’s 19th century abolitionist newspapers.
No age group has faced a worse economic crisis in New York City than young workers, especially those who are Black, Hispanic or do not have a college degree.
Robin DiAngelo’s best seller is giving white Americans a new way to talk about race. Do those conversations actually serve the cause of equality?
“We are running as fast as we can,” a Boston shop told customers who are clamoring for antiracism books that are soaring in popularity but hard to keep in stock.
Books on the subject have soared up best-seller lists as protests continue across the country.