'The Hate U Give' Attempts to Advance the Gridlock on Police Brutality
Director George Tillman Jr. on why he thinks the film can squeeze empathy out of a divided nation.
A Fed Up Former Teacher Curates a Show Fighting School Segregation
Nearly 60 years after 'Brown v. Board of Education,' American schools are still segregated.
We're Still Marching Towards MLK's Promised Land
Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream of equality in America has been deferred.
Wilbert L. Cooper
The Struggle to Finally Desegregate American Cities
The government had a plan to provide low-income housing in Baltimore by giving incentives to developers. But two years later, not a single housing unit has been built.
Gordon Parks’ ‘A Segregation Story’ Travels Back in Time to 1950s America
Newly rediscovered photographs vividly show America’s separate and unequal past.
Canada’s Prison Watchdog Is Being Fired After Raising the Alarm About Problems in Jails
Howard Sapers is being shown the door after a long reign investigating abuses in Canadian prisons.
Why I'm Raising My British-Born Child to Speak Urdu
Nigel Farage has strong ideas about immigrants speaking perfect English, but, as part of a Pakistani immigrant family, I'm living proof of how having English as a first language doesn't count for everything.
Austin Was Built to Be Segregated
Austin stands as the tenth-most income segregated metro area in the entire country. For all of its desire to be removed from the rest of Texas, the progressive city is in familiar company. And the segregation was there from the beginning.