They’ve been a “political arm of the Republican Party” for decades now.
College graduates are now a firmly Democratic bloc, and they are shaping the party’s future. Those without degrees, by contrast, have flocked to Republicans.
Tolerance and intolerance are taking on many different guises.
Recent research on racism, prejudice and politics suggests a broad range of possibilities.
The census should collect data about race. But we should stop obsessing over it.
Our schools have long been spaces for right-wing extremist panic to disguise itself as a defense of children.
A series of studies in an influential medical journal takes a close look at longstanding gaps in medical care.
Families across the country have grown more diverse. A design change in the census form also allowed the government to report people’s identity in greater detail.
The name has come to represent an entitled and belligerent white woman. But what does this narrative say — and elide — about racism and sexism today?
As the “Hillbilly Elegy” author runs for Senate in Ohio, he has walked back previous criticism of Donald Trump and reversed arguments that the white working class bears responsibility for its problems.
The reclusive heir to a Midwestern textile fortune, he sought, through funding and organizing, to upgrade and update white supremacy.
White evangelicals can’t tolerate becoming just another subculture.
As long as the former president dominates the G.O.P., “this animosity coalition will define the party.”
Representative Paul Gosar’s association with the white nationalist Nick Fuentes is the most vivid example of the Republican Party’s growing acceptance of extremism.
Structural racism is a real problem. The new progressivism is not necessarily a solution.
Liberals Should Be Anti-Anti-C.R.T.
Discrimination in the service of equality is exactly as Orwellian as it sounds.
There’s something to be said for talking, and listening, to even unreasonable antagonists.
The aid program, part of the $1.9 trillion stimulus package that Congress passed in March, is intended to help farmers who have endured generations of racial discrimination.
Season 2 of the hip-hop comedy bolsters its raunchy humor with a sharp take on white privilege in a Black art form.
Virginia’s governor survived a blackface scandal with the help of Black Democrats, who saw a chance for policy concessions. Both got more from the relationship than they could have imagined.
These initiatives that Republicans whipped up to rail against are usually not a problem, but rather a wandering outrage in search of a problem.
People of color have been pivotal in some recent elections. Republicans are determined to stop that.
The federal government often gives less help to Black disaster survivors than their white neighbors. That’s a challenge for President Biden, who has vowed to fight both inequality and climate change.
The Yale School of Medicine said the tone and content of a lecture by Dr. Aruna Khilanani, who has a private practice in New York, were “antithetical to the values of the school.”
Schools and the entertainment industry, which help shape what is history and what is forgotten, must portray the burden of racism in our nation.
Polling responses to certain policy-related questions — particularly morally or ethically sensitive ones — can differ significantly depending on whether the survey was taken online or by phone.
Republicans are attempting to maintain power by redefining democracy backward.
In 1921, a white mob attacked the Greenwood district of Tulsa, killing hundreds of Black people and destroying the neighborhood. Justice has never been served. Can it still be today?
Zakiya Dalila Harris, a former editorial assistant, is making a splash with “The Other Black Girl,” her debut novel about an African-American woman navigating a nearly all-white workplace.
A $4 billion federal fund meant to confront how racial injustice has shaped American farming has angered white farmers who say they are being unfairly excluded.
The party struggles to hold on in an increasingly diverse borough, even as it fights its own internal battles.
Voters of color make up an increasing percentage of the United States electorate, but that trend isn’t hurting Republicans as much as conservatives fear.
The answer is “yes,” and that’s not a radical statement.
The evolution of the slur’s use — and the taboo around it — tells a story about what our culture values.
A new paper heats up an old debate.
The department that works to prevent domestic terrorism threats will conduct an internal review as part of a larger effort to combat extremist ideology in the federal government.
Sometimes we misjudge the meaning of events unfolding around us.
You don’t hear his name as much. But as far as the G.O.P. is concerned, the former president rules.
If you care about social justice, you have to care about zoning.
The criticism adds to a backlash against findings by the Johnson government that called Britain a “model for other white-majority countries.”
The Biden administration is off to a good start on housing, but there is much more it could be doing.
The beloved stereotype about our state’s cult of politeness would have you believe that there’s no toehold for white supremacy here.
Despite dire predictions, the number of suicides fell by 5 percent over all. Still, smaller studies suggested the trends were much worse among nonwhite Americans.
This racist theory is rooted in white supremacist panic.
Defense Department officials acknowledge that rooting out far-right extremist thinking from a military of 1.3 million active-duty troops will be an uphill slog.
The good news: There are more shots available. The challenge is getting people to take them.
It affects everyone from Joe Manchin to Joe Biden.
The administration has taken a series of steps to prioritize dealing with white supremacists and militias, especially after the Capitol riot on Jan. 6.
The Manhattan neighborhood is locked in a contentious battle with city officials over whether, and how, it should change.