A New Myth: Untethering My Name from White Folks’ Imaginations


The Clintons’ long history of pandering to young black voters like me

My pop-pop was a groundbreaking black chemist — who helped create the atomic bomb

Why many black women feel deeply ambivalent about Hillary Clinton’s historic nomination

White women benefit most from affirmative action — and are among its fiercest opponents

Why #IStandWithLeslie is the beginning (not the end) of protecting Leslie Jones

The Intercept

Daniel Holtzclaw and the Limits of “Community Policing”

Black Youth Project

Calling Lubitz Anything But A Murderer

Anthropology News

When Conversation is Not Enough: Reflections on the Makings of the #AAA2014 Die-In

The Biopolitical Times

“We’re All One of Troy’s Babies”: A Celebration of Troy Duster

North Carolina and Genetics: From Sterilization to Research Subjects

GeneWatch Magazine

Rethinking 21st Century Racism on the Way Home