Despite segregation, racism, and misogyny, Katherine G. Johnson blazed a trail for scientists at NASA.
White supremacists who don’t like the results of genetic tests call accuracy into question.
Deep Rai, a Sikh man, was shot in his driveway in a suburb of Seattle on Friday. Rai, who survived the attack, has said the shooter yelled, “Go back to your own country” during the attack. Witnesses to the Kansas murder of Srinivas Kuchibhotla and shooting of Alok Madasani, also U.S. residents of Indian origin, reported … Continued
[DIGEST: The Wrap, Variety, Entertainment Weekly] On Tuesday, following a slew of online criticism, Marvel Studios issued a statement defending its casting of Tilda Swinton as The Ancient One in the upcoming Doctor Strange. “Marvel has a very strong record of diversity in its casting of films and regularly departs from stereotypes and source material … Continued
Community leaders have called on police departments to come up with new training procedures that help address the problems of police brutality and racial bias. In response, some police departments are using theater and role-playing exercises that help officers understand their unconscious biases.
In one of the country’s most racially divided cities, black activists worry that the police are in cahoots with white supremacists.
The California Supreme Court’s opinion in re Hong Yen Chang on Admission is less than nine pages long, and its first line offers little hint of the brutal and callous racism the opinion seeks to remedy. “We grant Hong Yen Chang posthumous admission as an attorney and counselor at law in all courts of the … Continued