Louise Hung remembers the moment she learned her ‘Asian eyes’ were different, and the path to accepting them was long and filled with stumbling blocks.
Global Comment’s editors are loving longreads on true crime, race in the US, small towns, and internet culture.
Star Trek: Discovery could have done something amazing with race politics. Instead, it’s more of the same.
Global Comment’s editors are reading about women in gaming and journalism, undercover investigations, music, and what happens when you accidentally kill someone.
Why is Hollywood casting an Asian woman in a Native American role, and why are audiences sitting down for it?
Ed Skrein isn’t a hero. He just did the right thing. Will Hollywood follow suit?
Global Comment’s editors are exploring longreads on marijuana culture, religion, the role of the media, and how to talk to children about racism.
This week, Global Comment editors are reading about race in America, from how Oregon was settled to the rise of Richard Spencer.
To be Asian-American is to be part of a huge and complex racial, social, and political history, but some people behave as though there’s only one right way to do it.
The fire at Grenfell Tower was no ordinary tragedy: It was a preventable disaster that targeted poor and marginalised people. Will the government take it seriously?