The Art of Living Foundation, organizer of the semiannual World Culture Festival, says more than 450,000 people have registered for this weekend’s event on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
Educators in the United States have known for years that black boys are overrepresented in special education (SPED) classes and underrepresented in gifted and talented education (GATE) ones.
Over the years, skateboarding has become increasingly popular, with the sport making its first Olympic appearance in Toyko, Japan.
When working toward diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I), it’s easy to become overwhelmed and paralyzed into inaction in the face of all the harm that needs repair.
Omotayo Banjo’s “Dreams For Our Children: Immigrant Letters to the Future” is a collection of letters from first- and second-generation parents and parents-to-be which captures their aspirations for their children.
Vogue fashion magazine captures the natural beauty of black Servicewomen who have recently been allowed to wear their natural hair on duty. This is an astounding progression for black women all over the world.
Examining White Supremacy and it’s epistemology of ignorance. How to unpack Whiteness and Whitely scripts in order to move toward a more equitable future.
On the eve of the Women’s FIFA World Cup, a new set of shinguards has been unveiled as part of a “Guard Your Rights” campaign to draw attention to maternity in women’s football.
Nneka Jones is an artist born in Trinidad. She grew up watching her mother and grandmother sew, and eventually learned…
For Oscar-winning filmmaker Spike Lee, even though there’s been an uptick in the number of multicultural storytellers in movies, “the struggle continues.”