Native Americans tell us how it feels when sports teams co-opt their culture.
Two amazing young women break it down for us.
Watch as a hidden camera follows two men—one white, one black—as they make their way around the city of St. Louis.
In which I make a racial faux pas, and Jay Smooth explains why being racist is like having food stuck in our teeth.
How do we approach someone when they say or do something racist?
What does it look like to consider the impact of our words and actions on others as more important than our intent behind them?
Dr. Yassmin Abdel-Magied, founder of Youth Without Borders, challenges us to beat our bias and open doors for those on the margins in her fantastic TED talk.
Watch this 5-minute video to understand how implicit bias impacts decisions we make in hiring and career advancement.