Why the Internet has no love for Twitter’s ‘like’ button
Twitter just broke hearts all over social media, but the real reason may surprise you.
Spring Valley proves there’s one device that should never be banned from schools
Your smartphone is not the problem here.
Why the Internet cannot defend the #AssaultAtSpringValleyHigh
Officer Fields came. He saw. He brutalized.
Taylor Swift still doesn’t get it—never touch a Black person’s hair without asking
Black hair is beautiful. But that doesn't mean it's yours to pet
Stop pretending online harassment isn’t real
Sticks and stones might break my bones, and trolling could actually hurt me.
The Internet still doesn’t understand what surveillance actually is
When it comes to Internet snooping, everyone's speaking a different language.
There’s no excuse for social media inaction on child sex trafficking
The real lesson from Facebook's most recent, big move.
Your neighborhood watch app is racist
What happens when apps created for 'safety' perpetuate bigotry?
Jim Webb, affirmative action, and the Democratic Party’s racial amnesia
It's 2015—and the Democrats are still debating affirmative action?
College textbooks should be free for every student
American students work hard enough to afford college—and they need a break.
The real reason why Raven-Symoné criticized ‘Black-sounding’ names
Raven-Symone deserves to be called out. But she also deserves help.
What the Internet gets wrong about Azealia Banks and the word ‘f****t’
The LGBT community needs a frank conversation.
There shouldn’t still be a glass ceiling for black actresses in 2015
#BlackGirlsWinning was trending at the Emmys on Sunday, but why did progress take this long?