A new study from the Pew Research Center finds that the majority of Americans support interracial marriage and about 45 percent think that it's socially good when interracial marriage happens — a startling turn around in the 45 years since the Supreme Court struck down laws banning interracial marriage.
Jeremy Lin couldn't find a university that would offer him a scholarship, so he went to Harvard. Lin couldn't get drafted, so he signed a free agent contract with the Golden State Warriors. He couldn't catch on there, so he went to the NBA Development League. Then he got to New York where was to be the team's third string point guard. But a funny thing happened. After a triple-double in a return to the D-League, he went on a tear and brought "Linsanity" to the Knicks.
A law passed by the Israeli legislature recently barred Palestinians who marry Israeli citizens from receiving their own Israeli citizenship. That means they can be forced to leave at any time, and cannot drive or work. Now Lana Khatib and her family are at risk.
Public school districts struggling with whether to teach ethnic studies, or climate change, or even evolution, are just enacting the latest act of long American drama. History, as presented in American classrooms, isn't always the final word on what happened.
With support among Latinos for President Barack Obama declining precipitously, the Republican Party is launching an organized, formal outreach campaign that seeks to bring them over to the Republican side in November.
In Karachi, everyone carries a gun. And when one ethnic group wants something from another, they usually take it at the point of a gun. It's created a culture where people take from each other and give to others to force people to become beholden to the powerful.
Tucson's school district was told that its Mexican-American Studies program violated an Arizona law barring ethnic studies, but they were never told how, or why. Now teachers say the school district is implementing draconian actions to try and stay in compliance with a law no one understands.
Rather than visiting the Martin Luther King Jr. statue on the National Mall or tuning into the NBA basketball game tonight honoring King, Rev. William Lamar suggests we should be looking for ways to address poverty in America.
After a decade-long fight, the Rev. David Kennedy, a Black minister, has a court order saying that he is the rightful owner of the Echo Theatre, home to The Redneck Shop, one of the most notorious KKK shops in the United States.
Shawn Macdonald is accused of a racially motivated attack on Papi Ngoqo, a Black Vancouver man from South Africa. The attack happened in 2008, but charges — and the racial angle — are just now being brought.