Disability metaphors abound in our culture, and they exist almost entirely as pejoratives. You see something wrong? Compare it to a disabled body or mind. These words seem so "natural" to people that they go uncorrected a great deal of the ...
Steve Rose: From Chris Rock's jive-talking zebra in Madagascar to the racial hierarchy in Rio, Hollywood's animated films have been bombarding children with lazy caricatures for years. Should they come with ethnic sensitivity warnings?
Kamala Khan isn't your average teenage Muslim girl. Though she lives in New Jersey and juggles the identity crisis that's often part-and-parcel of growing up Muslim-American, her shape-shifting is of a literal sort.
The documents in this collection from the Library of Congress describe trials and legal proceedings concerning slaves in free jurisdictions, fugitive slaves, slave revolts, the African slave trade, and abolitionists in the North and South...
Eddie McGuire believes he has done enough to avoid sanction under the AFL’s racial and religious vilification process that he faces because of his controversial comments about dual Brownlow Medallist Adam Goodes.
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