White supremacist Richard Spencer is speaking at the University of Florida today. It’s an unsettling pattern.
As a kid, I didn’t care that my adopted mom was a different race than me. But as I got older, race became more important.
What is “free speech”? Who are the “alt-right” and “white nationalists”? We take look at terminology with the Southern Poverty Law Center.
It’s always awkward when kids I know come in as customers. The underlying context is clear: Instead of being out having a good time on a Saturday night, I’m at work, serving them.
I’ve been interning at a tech company that makes mobile apps. Being young, black and Muslim, it’s a little intimidating working in a place without many people of color.
School dress codes are about more than just spaghetti straps — they may also reinforce disparities rooted in race, class, and gender.
Four teens reflect on how race and class played a role in their summer employment. Read our latest for The New York Times’ Race/Related newsletter.
Listen in as Berkeley High Students discuss what it feels like to have their school become a protest zone for white supremacists… again.
Right now, a lot of teens are asking the adults in their lives: Should I take to the streets to oppose the rallies, or avoid the whole thing all together?