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I teach at Syracuse University. Racist acts on campus have left me scared, tired and more motivated than ever.

There is no way to outrun racism or white supremacy, but we can chip away at it with intention

Syracuse University has seen 11 hate crimes in two weeks. Women of color have felt hate on campus for years.

Syracuse was her ‘dream school.’ Now this freshman feels ‘a lot of anger, a lot of confusion.’

Activist Suzan Shown Harjo has spent decades fighting against Native American mascots. She is still winning.

From California to Maine, Indian nicknames and mascots have started disappearing

I confronted my race and class as a girl. Many Americans never do — and that’s dangerous.

There’s a willful lack of knowledge about the world beyond one’s immediate borders, beliefs and self

Dior’s ‘Sauvage’ ad — which paired a racial stereotype with an image of a Native American — has been pulled from social media

The perfume was featured in a minute-long advertisement on YouTube featuring the actor Johnny Depp

White nationalists have long aligned themselves with the antiabortion movement. Here’s how.

They have latched onto antiabortion extremism in an attempt to bolster white population growth, while aiming to restrict the growth of nonwhite populations

MSNBC correspondent Mariana Atencio recalls racist instruction from network manager: ‘Don’t look too Latina'

She recounted the interaction, which occurred before the 2017 White House Correspondents’ Association dinner, in her recently released memoir

Many white women were active and enthusiastic participants in the business of slavery, according to this book

Stephanie E. Jones-Rogers’s ‘They Were Her Property: White Women as Slave Owners in the American South’ shatters the usual narrative

Rashida Tlaib: As I work to improve the lives of my constituents, Trump is focused on an agenda of hate

Almost every day, the president disgraces his office with rhetoric rooted in hate

Ilhan Omar is quintessentially American

For Trump’s racist base, Omar is a target. But she represents American values far better than the president.