How John Locke’s theory of property — and its racist exclusion of Black and Indigenous people — explains U.S. history from 1776 to January 6.
What blind spots will future generations condemn us for as they tear down today’s statues tomorrow?
The deadly interplay of racism, genocide, and denial at the heart of American white society has been reproduced in the country’s wars.
Brazil has joined the U.S. atop the list of worst-impacted countries. Both have far-right leaders — and a legacy of institutional racism.
Right-wing “intellectuals” uncomfortable with the Black Lives Matter movement have latched onto a dubious historical analogy.
The U.S. may be at the center of both pandemics, but — as worldwide demonstrations show — each is global.
Reparations for historical injustices are an increasingly urgent topic of public discussion. It’s time to include Roma in the conversation.
From declining worker protections to violent labor trafficking and ethnic cleansing, the dark underbelly of Southeast Asia’s “tiger economies” is on full display this year.
A growing movement among Roma activists looks to celebrate their ancestors’ resistance to persecution — and to pick up where they left off.
The shrimp at your supermarket might have been caught by men who live in cages.