An IPS and Community Cinema [DC] preview of a film that uses research footage, newsreels, home movies, and modern short films to expose some of the potential underlying causes that continue to affect implicit racial biases inherent in American institutions.
Ferguson put the U.S.' racial apartheid on the global stage.
The Institute for Policy Studies is proud to showcase this poem dedicated to the people's struggle in Ferguson, MO, collectively written by poets of the D.C., Maryland, Virginia metropolitan area using a process described as a potluck process. Enjoy.
This reprimand was one of the mechanisms by which racism is maintained and one of the reasons white people stay quiet about racism.
Something is dreadfully wrong with Hungary--and it could spread to the rest of Europe.
It will take more than President Barack Obama's tenure to vanquish American prejudice and racial injustice.
On Obama's second inauguration, let's challenge our society to look at how well we are addressing the "giant triplets" of racism, extreme materialism, and militarism.
Opponents of black voter registration have always claimed they were protecting democracy.
As part of the Annual State of the Black World Issues Forum, IPSer Sanho Tree will discuss the effects that the War on Drugs has on people of African descent globally, the complexity of the issue and what we all can do to get the U.S. to change its stance on the issue.
At the event on Monday, August 27, author Susan Naimark will discuss her new book, The Education of a White Parent: Wrestling with Race and Opportunity in the Boston Public Schools. The book takes the complex subject of white privilege and translates it into everyday stories that demonstrate how it hinders the development of all children, even kids who receive the benefits.