In addition to wildly differing protocols at all levels of government, the fact remains: Science and data collection are anything but neutral.
Author and humorist Samantha Irby finds herself unexpectedly well-equipped to handle the novel coronavirus crisis.
Dorothy Brown’s outspokenness made enemies in Tennessee’s government. But it also changed lives.
In her new book, Franchise, Marcia Chatelain explains how black franchise owners became the backbone of the industry.
History broke wide open — and so did the arguments about what should be memorialized
A group of progressive attorneys is refusing to enforce new abortion laws. But in a legal landscape so hostile to choice, is deliberate inaction enough?
Greensboro didn’t have a “shootout” and Tulsa didn’t have a “race riot.” But it took decades of work for language to catch up to history.
“You continue to fight the good fight, and you have to promise me that you won’t leave anyone behind.”
Racism has a powerful, sneaky way of inflicting shame.
Textbooks have been slow to incorporate black humanity in their slavery narratives. And they still have a long way to go.