A study finds that the stress of dealing with racism contributes to the academic achievement gap. Part of the solution is reinforcing positive racial identity.

The Campaign for Black Male Achievement is breaking down stereotypes with these touching images of our men with their children.

Whoever said, "There is no such thing as a stupid question" obviously wasn't a Black woman.

The officer says he was given a poor performance review because his reports weren't adding up to support the idea that Black and Hispanic teens were the biggest perpetrators of hopping turnstiles.

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During a pre-Thanksgiving segment on Fox & Friends, host Brian Kilmeade surprised his co-host Harris Faulkner when he asked her if she served Kool-Aid with her meals.

Despite some obvious stereotypical jokes at the expense of her Black character, actress Keke Palmer says she's not taking it personally.

It's time to get rid of these tired stereotypes.

One Colorado school took it upon itself to tell young women of color how they should be acting. A school providing a code of conduct…

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