Tell Me More posts about Race
Author Jimi Izrael reflects on the film "Boys N The Hood" two decades after it was released.
This summer, Tell Me More read books exploring what it means to be multicultural and mixed race. Read along with us and join the conversation.
Elizabeth Taylor had a complicated and unique relationship with African-American audiences, says guest blogger Jimi Izrael.
Guest blogger Lester K. Spence says African-Americans should ensure that the next compromise Obama makes isn’t with the Republican Party, but with the black community.
NPR's Michel Martin revisits allegations made by a former Justice Department attorney, who accused the agency of racial bias against white victims of alleged civil rights violations. The U.S. Civil Rights Commission says they agree with Adams.
NPR’s Amy Ta, who was born in Vietnam, reacts to findings that Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders are seven times more likely to die from Hepatitis B than whites.
Guest blogger Malik Washington recently returned from Ghana and is reminded how some African-Americans don't see themselves as African.
Guest blogger Christine Mullen Kreamer takes readers inside African Mosaic, the newest exhibit at the Smithsonian's National Museum of African Art.
Guest blogger Alysia Tate says renewed focus on rapper Kanye West's 2005 comments criticizing then-president George W. Bush for neglecting black victims of Hurricane Katrina ignores the larger questions about the government's response to the storm.
Guest blogger Jimi Izrael steps up to defend Tyler Perry's film For Colored Girls amid growing criticism of the project, especially from other men.
Amid tensions related to recent allegations of police conduct in Oakland and New Orleans, guest blogger Danielle Belton says communities of color lost faith in the criminal justice system a long time ago.