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.
Abortion Regret lays out a history of criminalization as a process that includes sowing stigma, creating systems of surveillance, manipulating or compiling new data, and establishing who gets to be a worthy victim.
Each experiments with telling maternal health stories in her own way, and at least two want to shift the Black maternal health crisis narrative to emphasize Black life, community self-help, and #BlackJoy.
Understanding the Black women who seized a common pantry item—and, with it, power.
The push for a national Martin Luther King holiday prompted a fierce political tug-of-war, on campus and off.
It’s a timely, connective, and expansive book; one that calls us to remember that the Black freedom struggle is an ongoing labor movement in places far and wide.
It may galvanize new research that focuses on the root causes of law enforcement violence.
Rogers created a neighborhood that was united by values and seemingly impervious to racial animus and urban crisis, a neighborhood that fit better in his imaginary world than in the one inhabited by the millions of Americans who tuned in.
The statement T-shirt for, by, and about black folks seems to be having a renaissance.