Protesters who gathered in what they called the “March Against Sharia” to denounce Islamic law were met across the country with equally sized or larger counter-protests.
Racism and Prejudice articles on Democracy Chronicles
Racism is a belief that all members of each race possess abilities specific to that race, so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race. Also check out our section on World Democracy or our more general articles on History.
Most racism today is not begotten of willful hatred, but rather ignorance of a historical kind
Throwing and celebrating a ‘black-only’ Memorial Day party not only further discredit the organization as a whole, but continue to support the claim that BLM activists are a problem when it comes to deteriorating race relations
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a request from North Carolina lawmakers to review a lower court’s ruling
Brennan Center released its monthly review of ongoing redistricting court cases with new highlights
Donald Trump did not meet my requirements to be President of the United States. That being said, to consider Trump voters acting in a ‘white lash’ against both the country and Obama is ignorant
The Black Lives Matter social justice movement has been recognized with a global peace prize
Facebook said the draft law in Germany to tackle fake news will not be enough to tackle hate speech
This poem — from a Masters student in Clinical Mental Counseling who is concerned about her prospects as a scholar in civil society — speaks the truth of many students of all races, all ethnicities, all creeds.
Star Trek has once again touched off a debate about race with its famously multi-ethnic crew