“A lot of our neighbors houses are gone. It’s just crazy. So many people just had to stay in shelters and lost everything.”
News of the Las Vegas shooting was heartbreaking, but sadly, it wasn’t shocking…because I’ve experienced gun violence in my family as well.
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.
It took more than a year for my DACA to be processed and approved. Now I fear that I’ll have to quit my job before I even begin my first day.
“Messages filled with updates and prayers were all I had to keep in touch with my family…It’s tough because I’m getting all these updates but I can’t really do much.”
Police are treating the Barcelona attack as an act of terrorism. This sort of violence has plagued Europe for the last few years, including the city from which my family hails, Paris.
This was no peaceful, pink-hatted women’s march or rainbow colored anti-Trump dance party. It was scary on a level unlike any protest I had ever been to before.