“The impostor begins to do everything possible to prevent being discovered in her self-perceived deficiencies.”
A tale of racism.
“In one decade, 45 people died in East Baton Rouge Parish Prison. Most were charged with nonviolent misdemeanors. Most didn’t have their day in court. Most were Black. How did the system fail them?”
“A series of small collapses is how they come to be radicalized.”
Born with serious CEO aspirations, Nicole Cyrus found her role model in a white kid from an ’80s sitcom.
Clinical psychologist Natasha Stovall looks at the vast spectrum of white people problems, and why we never talk about them in therapy.
Damon Young looks back at his family’s journey toward homeownership, and what that can really mean when you’re black in America.
Homicide rates in Chicago’s black communities receive a disproportionate amount of media attention in an ongoing tendency to sensationalize and pathologize their residents.
Reporter Linda Villarosa reports on the racial disparities in health care that contribute to black women being three to four times as likely to die from pregnancy-related causes as their white counterparts, and black infants being more than twice as likely to die as white infants. Threaded through the piece is the story of Simone […]