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17 minutes | Jun 11, 2018
MIT looked for slavery in its past... and undergrads found it in the present
A university redefines what it means to have connections to slavery.
31 minutes | May 21, 2018
Why it's so hard to talk about racism that happens in school
"...We just never wanted to make white people uncomfortable."
15 minutes | Apr 24, 2018
The spiciest memelord, revealed
Will Lilly Chin's Jeopardy! win define the rest of her life?
10 minutes | Apr 4, 2018
MLK asked for solidarity. Will a "majority-minority" US deliver?
The next census results may show whether MLK's last dream will be fulfilled.
23 minutes | Mar 26, 2018
What happened when a professor called his class "white racism"
Two words made him the target of death threats.
23 minutes | Mar 12, 2018
The X-rated immigrant story
Comedian Jimmy O. Yang wrote a book about all the embarrassing things he did while trying to find his identity — including drug use and strip club visits. His parents read it. Let's just say ... there was fallout.
22 minutes | Feb 26, 2018
Growing up with someone else's name
In an era of Trump-fueled identity politics, some brown adopted kids of white parents are reconsidering where they stand.
24 minutes | Feb 12, 2018
Does 'Black Panther' represent Hollywood?
Does the release of the first mainstream movie about a black superhero mean Hollywood's gotten past its identity issues?
26 minutes | Jan 29, 2018
POCs to Portland: We're watching you
Nothing’s supposed to happen on the train. But when Portlanders learned that safety was an illusion, some of them decided they couldn’t risk believing in illusions anymore.
25 minutes | Jan 15, 2018
The difference between Portland and Portlandia
Portland, Oregon is beautiful. And very liberal, according to the TV show Portlandia. But last year it was also home to one of the country's most shocking hate crimes. So, in dozens of in-depth interviews, Otherhood's Rupa Shenoy digs into Portland's history to understand why that city — and the country — are seeing a resurgence of hate.
16 minutes | Jun 9, 2017
How brown people feel when white women look at them
The author of viral essay "White Women Drive Me Crazy" joins Rupa to talk about it.
19 minutes | May 26, 2017
SHORT: Is Trump cutting the US program that could stop bombings like Manchester?
The same week as the Manchester bombing, Trump proposes cutting the controversial program that aims to identify similar bombers in the US.
26 minutes | May 12, 2017
How YouTube 'Bawse' Lilly Singh is going mainstream
Lilly Singh got famous by being herself ... but will Hollywood let her be someone else?
20 minutes | May 4, 2017
SHORT: Buzzfeed Writer Scaachi Koul
Buzzfeed writer Scaachi Koul discusses how white privilege affects her family and how racism is institutionalized in Canada.
14 minutes | Apr 28, 2017
The story behind Chef Angela Dimayuga's rejection of Ivanka Trump
Is standing out the best way to stand up to Trump?
20 minutes | Apr 22, 2017
Science's 'come to Jesus' moment
People who organized the March for Science in DC didn’t come out and blame President Donald Trump for science being under attack. Does that mean they're not inclusive, and don't respect the experiences of people who are marginalized by Trump's policies?
39 minutes | Apr 14, 2017
The Kominas talk about being brown punk rockers in a white music scene
The Kominas get a lot of press for being Muslim and Hindu in a genre dominated by white artists. But they kinda just want to rock.
20 minutes | Apr 6, 2017
How does it feel to be a refugee and a veteran in Trump's America?
A veteran asked Otherhood host Rupa Shenoy to look into how "others" within military communities feel about veterans' overwhelming support for President Donald Trump.
15 minutes | Mar 23, 2017
'You're not Danish!' What the viral video teaches us about being American.
In the US, any citizen, of any culture, is American. In Denmark, that’s not necessarily the case.
31 minutes | Mar 17, 2017
The Latina who led ICE
She was ICE director for a president immigration activists angrily called “the deporter in chief.” Now she’s back home in Texas, unpacking boxes and watching her former employees try to carry out President Trump’s orders to deport millions of people, fast.
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