Tagged - Race

Womanist Club talks racial fetishes

Is dating or attraction based on race okay? Is it just a preference or a sign of something more sinister?…

It’s always about race

Being a black person means you have to live in a world where you are constantly reminded of the color of your skin.

Angela Davis, famed prison abolitionist, challenges UR to stress critical thinking

Angela Davis — an activist and scholar known for her prison abolitionist work — championed critical thinking in her talk…

Pissed off at Gucci? Start supporting local brands

Over the years, a lot of companies and celebrities have seemingly profited from the historical mistreatment and misrepresentation of black…

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar discusses sports and politics in exclusive interview

The NBA great spoke on topics ranging from the perception of Muslim Americans and arming of Public Safety officers to the 80's comedy "Airplane".

Enough with the collective blame

The left in America is less identitarian than the EFF, but still operates on many of the same principles.

Let’s talk about campus hate speech

Today, in a world of blatant racism and white supremacy, college hate crimes are on the rise. Between 2015 and 2016, the number of reported hate crimes on college campuses has increased by 25 percent.

How racism lives among us

As an Indian-American, I have never thought of myself as any more or less of one of my cultures. I have never had to stop and ask myself about my identity. I am just me. It is as simple as that, right? Not exactly.

World hijab day seeks awareness

“It gives non-Muslim women a chance to be in a Muslim women’s shoes and to really feel what it’s like to wear hijab,” said former graduate student Mai Ali ‘17, who is celebrating her 15th year wearing her hijab.

Maria Hinojosa delivers MLK address

Hinojosa said the biggest reason for racism in America today is fear. Specifically, the fear of people and their unfamiliarity with the rest of the world.