The US and Canada share information from their no-fly lists, but there’s very little Canadians can do if they think they’re being flagged and delayed from boarding flights in error. It’s not just an inconvenience — it’s stigmatizing.
Looking back to the US incarceration of Japanese Americans and how, as one historian puts it, people can "lose sight of our important national values of justice and rule of law."
Americans were discriminated against and incarcerated during World War II because of their ancestry. Which in turn created a generation of their descendents who don’t want to see it happen again.
Mythili Sampathkumar says “extreme vetting” would affect us all. Here's why she says we need to resist.
In the months after 9/11, the US government set up a system to register and interview men from Muslim-majority countries in an effort to combat terrorism. It was quietly shelved after a few years mostly because it didn't work. Trump’s advisors want to bring it back.
Just one day before the killing of Emmett Till, a championship black Little League team from South Carolina was invited to the Little League World Series — but wasn't allowed to play.
The data we have from the government is imprecise. But what is clear is that thousands of migrants are processed and detained in privately operated facilities each year.
A former NYPD officer received probation after being convicted for the 2014 manslaughter of Akai Gurley. The case is dividing Asian Americans in many ways — but is also opening up new channels for dialogue.
Looking at the cross-over between Donald Trump and George Wallace.
From Emmett Till to Rekia Boyd, generations of families help one another endure racial violence — a psychological trauma that is ingrained in the African American experience.
Peggy Wallace Kennedy, the daughter of former Alabama governor George Wallace, is now an advocate for racial healing and racial harmony.