If you’re going to use a writer or activist’s words, educate yourself about their lives, says comic artist Tessa Hulls.
A statement from the staff and board of Humanities Washington.
As IBM’s first Black systems engineer, Clyde Ford’s father had to navigate racial tensions—and his company’s troubling history.
How and why teachers punish students can have life-long consequences, especially for Black children. Explore the “discipline gap” through the eyes of a teacher and student who experienced it firsthand.
In many cases decided by the US Supreme Court, argues professor Timothy Golden, there is a “profound difference between what is legal and what is just.”
They’re just follicles, yet a lot of social and power dynamics are playing out on your head.
Discussions about race often ignore a key fact: that its definitions are constantly changing.
If a child and her teacher are of the same race, does the child’s learning improve? A Think & Drink event explores the culture gap in Washington State schools.
Seattle is often touted as a liberal city with progressive attitudes toward race. But is the city just better at hiding its prejudices? Read excerpts from our recent Think and Drink.
A spiritual was more than a song, says Speakers Bureau presenter Gloria Burgess. It was a vital part of a slave’s daily life, a link to an African past, a spark for modern American music, and a coded message.