Why was Hillary Clinton in a black church in Philadelphia? Why did Bernie Sanders share the stage with Cornel West?
Before "homophobia" and "Islamophobia," there was “colorphobia” and “Negrophobia.”
When "People" magazine took aim at diversity among the nominees, celebrities were unwilling to join the protest.
Many have laid claim to the civil rights legend, obscuring the radicalism of his message.
The Iowa Brown & Black Forum provided a good model for how to steer Sunday's Democratic debate.
The first episode of 2016 looks at the identity issues behind one of the most popular New Year's resolutions.
Cleveland’s prosecutor made a mockery of the process for adjudicating police-involved killings. Here's how to fix it.
Our latest podcast on the 2016 candidates looks at a fear-mongering frontrunner.
"... 1,058 people have been killed by police this year to date alone, and most of the time, no legal charges follow."
After Ferguson, the Supreme Court's decision on Fischer v. University of Texas is doubly important.
Hughes Allison was a black mystery writer with promising future. What went wrong?
A legal mastermind seeks to gut affirmative action and voting rights by rewriting the Fourteenth Amendment
One year after a black Cleveland preteen was killed by a cop, the GOP front-runner is fostering a culture of racial suspicion.
The former slave left an indelible imprint on America, despite a series of tremendous obstacles.