Poverty and education remain the defining issues for largely African America communities in this country.
Race, racism and privilege are central themes this summer, but they're anything but new. Only now, more people are recognizing there is a problem with the way justice and opportunity are present in the US.
After a police officer shot and killed Philandro Castile, protesters congregated in St. Paul, demanding police reform.
Reverend Lee Wesley of the Community Bible Baptist Church is part of an interfaith group that’s calling for a broad and transparent investigation into the killing of Alton Sterling.
It's the biggest language in Canada outside of English and French. And Harnarayan Singh is making sure the national sport gets another following.
A new Harry Potter play opens in London tonight. The production has broken records by selling 175,000 tickets in 24 hours, but it has also prompted a discussion about racism in the UK.
CoCo Avenue is well-known to fans in LA's Koreatown. But Jenny Lyric and Jenna Rose are not Korean American; they're African American. And the duo are currently in Korea, wowing the crowds with their own brand of K-pop.
France is a nation of immigrants, but it has an uneasy relationship with its newcomers, even those from its former colonies. A Paris museum aims to change that.
It's not a big deal to be called a socialist this election. But what about a communist? One longtime member of the Communist Party USA looks back.
A new book looks at a community in Mississippi that is at the center of a dark piece of American history. On multiple occasions, black residents were lynched on a bridge outside of town — and that's the subject of a new book, "Hanging Bridge: Racial Violence and America's Civil Rights Century.”
Failing to understand the interests of 55 million Latinos has been one of the greatest political failures of our time, writes Roberto Lovato. Latinos, he says, want to be heard on more than just immigration issues.