A conversation about what the pandemic has made intolerable
Lolita Chakrabarti’s biodrama about the first black actor to play Othello on the London stage gets the story wrong for all the wrong reasons.
High-profile Columbia College professor Michael Fry walked away from his tenured job in the school’s television department last month, blaming racial discrimination.
Also, CPS stops using discriminatory job screening process following a WBEZ investigation.
With the Supreme Court debating racial discrimination on juries, we look back at a Reader cover story from 2005 that examined Cook County’s own problem with the issue.
“We’ve got to find a way to let Negroes get what most white folks already have,” Lyndon Johnson told his speechwriter in 1965.
Apartheid wasn’t just a South African thing.
Is there something deeper than gun violence that we need to focus on?
Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. is forced to talk to the Reader.