The Theory Of Justice: One Black Man’s Frightening Encounter With a Cop & His Power
One man's harrowing experience being stopped by a cop just outside his apartment—and the imbalance of power in the exchange.
What Will I Tell My Son? Parenting In the Age of Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin and Mike Brown
As the Eric Garner grand jury decision winds its way through the news, one mom contemplates what her fear means for her biracial son.
Tim Wise on Black Pain: Most White Americans are ‘Completely Oblivious’
Tim Wise boldly goes takes it there: when it comes to race, he writes, most whites are completely oblivious to what it means to be Black in America.
12-Year-Old Shot By Police: No Safe Place For Black Children
Tamir Rice, the 12-year-old shot by police, was a child who had the right to be just that... A CHILD.
‘Justice While Black’: A Must-Have Book for Black Families in These Scary Times
The new book 'Justice While Black' gives Black families step-by-step instructions on how to navigate—and survive—the criminal justice system.
UPDATE: Dying Black Teen Denied Life-Saving Heart Transplant Because Of Grades Now Is On Transplant List
UPDATE: Anthony Stokes, the dying 15-year-old denied a chance to get a new heart because of his grades and juvenile record, has been put on...
After Trayvon, A White Woman Grapples with White Privilege and White Silence
White privilege wasn't easy for this woman to see, until she considered the death of Trayvon Martin.