At Black-owned and activist bookstores, talk of the next chapter in U.S. civil rights
At bookstores which act as a hub for Black communities, staff and customers discuss the George Floyd murder case and the wider issues it rasies
'Last Straw': Americans confront racism, violence in Chauvin trial
That the case was about more than one Black man's death at the hands of a white police officer was underlined during the trial
OPINION: Will Derek Chauvin's conviction bring change in the UK?
It is right that Derek Chauvin is held accountable, for George Floyd’s family and for the world to see. But it will take much deeper commitment and more sustained energy to dent the global scourge of systemic racism.
OPINION: To regulate the gig economy, ditch 'one-size-fits all'
Well-paid consultants don't need the same protections as Uber drivers. To meaningfully regulate the self-employed, lawmakers must tailor policies for freelancers across all skill levels
Cash, no strings attached: New U.S. programs for pandemic poor
Proponents say no-strings-attached payments can boost urban development, narrow the racial wealth gap outside of emergencies too
U.N. experts scathing about "tone-deaf" UK report on racial equality
A UK report on racial equality has provoked fury while Prime Minister says the conclusions made by the human rights experts misrepresented the review's findings
Young, jobless and Black: UK minorities pay price of pandemic
One in three young Black Britons are out of work as crisis widens unemployment gap between ethnic groups
'A cry for an acknowledgement:' U.S. House Democrats urge reparations bill
Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives will try to advance a bill that could lead to reparations for Black Americans
White officer who shot and paralyzed Black man in Kenosha, Wisconsin, returned to duty
Officer Rusten Sheskey left Jacob Blake paralyzed after shooting him from behind at close range
'COVID is a wake-up call': Black entrepreneurs aim to level playing field
Black-led social entrepreneurs in the United States and Britain are tackling inequalities highlighted by COVID-19