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Jun 30 2020
Princeton University announced this week it would remove the name of Woodrow Wilson, 28th president of the United States, from a residential college and its school of public and international affairs. The decision is in acknowledgment of Wilson's opposition to racial integration and other examples of "racist thinking," according to the school.
The news prompted a wide range of reactionsThe American Conservative Slate Washington Post
May 25 2022
The 2020 murder of a black man, George Floyd, by police in Minneapolis shone a spotlight on racism in America. It also made black immigrants wonder if America's ideals of freedom and opportunity could be realised.
Joseph Edghill, 65, has lived in the US for nearly half a century, but the past few years have felt very different to him.BBC News
Jul 19 2019
A series of President Donald Trump's tweets directed toward four progressive Democratic congresswomen last weekend ignited debates on the definition and proper contextual use of the word "racism."
All political sides of the media covered the story using the word differently. Reporters, commentators and opinion writers on the left frequently focused their stories around the meaning andNew York Times (Opinion) NPR (Online News) Washington Examiner
Jun 25 2022
In 2016, my wife, Sadiqa, found herself in an ambulance, its sirens blazing. Sadiqa had ridden in ambulances as a physician; never as a patient. Despite raising concerns during her pregnancy with a number of medical professionals, Sadiqa had been repeatedly ignored and reassured. She had a medical degree, had just turned 37 and worked in the same hospital that provided her maternal care. ButThe Guardian
Mar 10 2022
Long-accustomed to the onslaught of xenophobic and misogynistic speech that permeates social media, state Sen. Sonia Chang-Díaz didn’t feel surprised when a Twitter user hurled a death wish toward her last month.
Chang-Díaz, who became Massachusetts’ first Latina and Asian-American state senator in 2008, thought of her fellow sisters in service, battered by vitriol that’s intensified inMassLive.com
Jun 21 2022
Americans have spent over 150 years arguing about what kind of history we should teach to our children. In “Schoolbook Nation,” a book that examines the history of conflicts over American curricula, historian Joseph Moreau noted that a variety of Americans have worried about the sky falling if the “wrong” versions of history were taught in our schools. Americans, as Moreau documented, wereFiveThirtyEight