It’s one thing when outsiders don’t recognize my faith. It’s a different kind of sadness when I’m made to feel like a stranger in the synagogue. (Image credit: Keith Bishop/Getty Images)
NPR’s Mary Louise Kelly talked to Mélisande Short-Colomb, whose family was once enslaved by Georgetown University. Now, at 63, Short-Colomb she has enrolled as a freshman there. (Image credit: Marvin Joseph/Getty Images)
Last week, Ask Code Switch heard from a woman who was considering trading her white-sounding last name for her boyfriend’s Latino one. Here’s a roundup of the best advice we got from our readers. (Image credit: amathers/iStock)
From 1967 until 1977, photographers from La Raza chronicled Chicanos in and around Los Angeles. This month, the Autry Museum of the American West is sharing some of the most powerful images.
What happens when a ‘Miller’ becomes a ‘Martinez’? This week, we offer advice for a woman whose fiance is worried about unconscious bias affecting their marriage. (Image credit: amathers/iStockphoto)
In the 1960s, Tom Burrell helped change advertising by convincing agencies to tailor their pitches to black consumers, but he also saw his marketing work as part of a larger social project. (Image credit: Richard Drew/Associated Press)