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Why Rental Discrimination is Still Common in Singapore
The rental market in Singapore is not equally accessible to all ethnic groups. Some tenants in Singapore face discrimination renting as prospective landlords screen them based on race.
Round Table Debates / Clip
Police Debate Female Cops, Arrest Quotas, & Racial Bias
Vice's Lee Adams invited 8 police officers to candidly discuss and debate police structures and policies including: racism, excessive force, and defunding the police.
The Misconceptions of Tattooing Black Skin
Tattoos are more popular than ever, but Black tattoo artists and clients still feel devalued in the industry. We speak with two artists about their experiences and how they’re carving out space for Black tattoo enthusiasts.
The Young Black Conservatives of Trump’s America
We went to a first-of-its-kind black conservative conference in Washington, DC, and talked to young conservatives of color about what’s drawing them to the Republican party.
Dimebags vs. Dispensaries: Street Dealers to Multi-Million Dollar Weed Startups
VICE met up with the owners of Gas House in Oakland to hear how they turned a black market weed business into one of the country's leading black-owned legitimate cannabis companies.
Minority Reports / web
Being a Black Bull Rider in a Majority White Sport
VICE met with two black bull riders in Texas—an accomplished pro, and a young, up-and-coming rider—to find out what it’s like to be a person of color competing in a mostly white sport.
VICE Labs / web
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Being a White Student at a Historically Black College
We met up with Tiago, a white student at Atlanta’s historically black Morehouse College, to hear why it was the only school he applied to, and what it’s like to be one of very few non-black students on campus.
DESUS & MERO / Clip
Cheddar Man Revelation
DNA from one of the earliest Britons "Cheddar Man" reveals he was "dark-skinned."
VICE Labs / S1 EP307
PERFORMANCES: Madison McFerrin Sings About Police Brutality
“Can You See? is about the police brutality that happens in America that we seem to ignore and not change systematically, and what it feels like to be a person of color in this country knowing that these things happen on a daily basis.” - Madison McFerrin
DESUS & MERO / Clip
Trump State of the Union
Trump reiterates at State of the Union that all black people have jobs now and you're welcome.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
Strippers are turning to bartending for a more lucrative career
It's bartenders versus dancers