The Tokyo Bar Association has put together a multilingual questionnaire to try and find answers on how suspected racial profiling affects the non-Japanese community.
For Baye McNeil's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
The lecture circuit is its own thing, but you can give your own presentations on a smaller scale and still have an impact.
Baye McNeil has a chat with Mark Bookman in which the pair discuss their experiences regarding mental health amid the pandemic as visible minorities in Japan.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a good day to look back on how we've progressed and plan how we'll continue to move forward.
The tennis champ's power lies in her ability to bring the discussion about Black Lives Matter to the country she represents, Japan.
The mainstream Japanese media continues to mess up on issues of race. It's time for a new generation of talking heads.
Black Eye columnist Baye McNeil opens the new year with an email from a reader that illustrates the importance of language in dealing with multiracial individuals.
Japanese companies have been waking up to the idea that offending some of their customers might be bad for business.
A video of an altercation in a Starbucks involving a black man, Japanese staff and a non-Japanese bystander will likely further nasty stereotypes.
A joke about her skin hasn't bothered Naomi Osaka, but there are broader ramifications from such kind of comedy.