Jordan Elgrably reads a book about white fear and racism and finds that colorism isn't our only problem.
In this excerpt from a chapter in his latest novel in French, Abdellah Taïa pays homage to his mother, his favorite heroine.
Rosa Maria Branche welcomes Rima Abdul Malak as Macron's choice for the new Minister of Culture.
Writer and film executive Bavand Karim meditates on Iranian American identity and an alternative vision for self-realization in the context of the ethno-futurist movement.
Racism props up its ugly head from every quarter, but Tariq Mehmood refuses to be deterred.
TMR reviews a film on discrimination in Israel and the original Jews of the Middle East and North Africa. The Forgotten Ones screened in October’s annual CINEMED festival in Montpellier and screens in the DOC NYC Fest on 11/09 (press screening), 11/14 and 11/15. More info.
The author of The Unchosen: The Lives of Israel's New Others contrasts American white supremacy with Israeli Jewish racism.
Myriam Gurba reviews a book that argues that some "white feminists accept the benefits conferred by white supremacy at the expense of people of color."
"It's impossible not to think about race in relation to the United States these days," writes Paris correspondent Monique El-Faizy in this review of Isabel Wilkerson's Caste.
With The Limits of Whiteness sociologist Neda Maghbouleh makes the case for the new, radical idea that a white American immigrant group can (and ought to) have the transformative power to become brown.