Maahfio Otchere, Villanova University
Tasnima Tanzim, a RISD student and Bengali immigrant, channels the pallette of the Indian subcontinent into clean, thoughtful graphic design.
Microaggressions lead to macroaggressions.
It all comes down to power. When does it ever not?
Why is it so difficult for people to attempt to say “un-American” names, but it’s possible to say Tchaikovsky?
The University of Southern Mississippi student uses soft edges and muted colors to allow for occasional bursts of extreme contrasts.
The relationship of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry provides insight into the problem of the ideal white beauty within the black community.
Angie Thomas’ vivid novel follows the coming-of-age stories of teens living in two different communities facing racial conflicts.
Carnegie Mellon’s Kasem Kydd uses provocative live performance and symbol-laden visual art to explore the nuance of black culture.
In an eery parallel to the 1940s internment camps of Japanese Americans, hundreds of legal Cambodian-Americans citizens are being held without reason.
A Chinese art museum from the modern civilized era views primitive life as animalistic, and what people can learn from the collection.
It’s not pretty.
A look into Ta-Nehisi Coates’ article, “The Case for Reparations,” and why reparations should be in the minds of all Americans.
As you might imagine, the debate is about much more than language.
Seventeen older adults commit suicide every day for one hidden reason: The ignorance towards elders with mental illnesses.
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