July 31, 2022
More Than 60 Years Later, John Howard Griffin’s Exploratory “Black Like Me” Still Cuts Skin Deep
In 1959, a white man posed as a Black man in the Jim Crow South to experience racism firsthand. His story still resonates today.
November 9, 2021
Opinion: Racial Tensions in America’s Sundown Towns
“Sundown town.” It brings to mind an idyllic, rustic place with speakeasies and gravel roads. A picturesque escape from everyday […]
October 6, 2021
Dispute Over Policeman’s Handling of Skeleton-Noose Decoration Sparks Lawsuit
An Oregon policeman is sued for disregarding a citizen's complaint concerning a plastic skeleton hanging from a tree.
December 13, 2020
East Tampa Fights to Maintain Its Identity
Gentrification brings in money and development to a previously depressed area, but its long-term residents struggle to keep their established community and culture.
December 11, 2020
Racist Encounter in Childhood Ignites Philadelphia Woman’s Life’s Work
De-Dee Loftin-Davis has been educating others about race since she was 5 years old.