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Ava DuVernay's Central Park Five Series 'When They See Us' Is Going to Be a Gut-Punch for Trump
Trump famously railed against the wrongfully convicted teens. Now DuVernay is going to tell their story.
These Are the Past Social Movements That Actually Make America Great
Protest is (still) patriotic.
A Brief History of That Kickass Flute Sample on Future’s “Mask Off”
The surprising story starts at an MLK-themed musical, goes to Atmosphere and ends up at... Swedish rap?
Rare Photos of Black Activism from the 60s
'North of Dixie: Civil Rights Photography Beyond the South' spotlights moments in the fight against discrimination, focusing on areas of the country where the struggle for civil rights has been ignored by the history books.
This Town Is Trying Desperately to Put Diapers on Horses
The city of Selma passed a law in 2013 requiring horse owners to diaper their horses in order to cut down on the amount of poop in the streets, but almost no one is following it.
Why Is It Still So Hard for Ex-Cons to Vote in Florida?
About a quarter of the ex-cons who can't vote in America live in the Sunshine State.
In Photos: The Selma to Washington 'Journey for Justice'
Members and supporters of the NAACP converged in Selma, Alabama to embark on a historic march under the banner "our lives, our votes, our jobs, and our schools matter."
'Straight Out Of Compton' Actor Keith Stanfield Is Breaking into Music with MOORS
The performer pays tribute to his hometown in the video for "Gas."
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Something Nice to Do: An Interview with Renata Adler
We met one of the most fearless writers of our time to talk about her new collection of essays, Selma versus 'Selma,' and the many absurdities of a life of letters.
In Georgia, the Battle Over Voting Rights Rages On
Fifty years after the march that spurred the Voting Rights Act, civil rights leaders in towns like Macon, Georgia face an uphill battle to stop discrimination at the polls.
Fifty Years After Selma, Civil Rights in Alabama Are Still in Rough Shape
You'd think that by now Alabama would be tired of being the state where marginalized Americans have to demand their dignity the loudest.
Selma Marks 50 Years Since 'Bloody Sunday' March
Thousands have gathered in Selma today to mark 50 years since the march that helped show the violence civil rights marchers faced as they fought for equal voting rights.