School Segregation is Getting Worse 65 Years After Brown v. Board of Education
The number of intensely segregated minority schools has tripled since 1988 with New York and California having some of the highest rates of school segregation.
'The Unsung Heroes:' Military Kids Resilient, but Face Extra Challenges
Common realities of being in a military family, like having a parent deployed or moving around a lot, can be stressors for children.
Creating an Advice Show By and For People of Color
KQED's podcast "Truth Be Told" is an advice show designed to give people of color a space to talk among themselves that’s not framed through whiteness.
Disney Is Extending Its Reach to Infinity and Beyond
Disney announced Tuesday that they will be taking Comcast's stake in Hulu, adding another property to what is quickly becoming the most powerful entertainment company in history.
San Francisco Bans Facial Recognition in a Move to Democratize Surveillance Technology
The federal government can still use facial recognition technology in the jurisdiction.