Trump called Omarosa a ‘dog.’ For many black women, the comment reinforced long-held fears.

Critics say the tweet fit into a pattern of disrespect

Laura Ingraham isn’t apologizing for her ‘demographic changes’ comment

The segment incurred a wave of backlash and some cheering from white supremacists

How Spike Lee’s ‘BlacKkKlansman’ examines white women and racism

The movie connects the past with the present

For the mother whose daughter died at the Charlottesville rally, there’s still hope

Sunday marks one year since counterprotester Heather Heyer was killed

South Fulton, Ga., put black women in charge of its legal system. Here’s how they’re approaching crime.

They hope their approaches to criminal justice exhibit ‘empathy’

Nia Wilson’s death was an emotional trigger for me. What would happen if I were attacked?

Black women deserve better

She made a career out of scamming writers. These are the women of color who were her victims.

‘I feel like I can’t trust anyone’

Aiko Herzig Yoshinaga, whose research led to internment reparations, dies at 93

‘We must learn to tell it as it happened’

Suspect in custody after BART stabbing leaves Nia Wilson, 18, dead: ‘This is a parent’s worst nightmare’

Her sister, Lahtifa Wilson, was also stabbed in her neck

‘I believe it was discrimination’: Muslim girls kicked out of public pool for swimming in cotton clothes

Officials said their hijabs would clog filtration system