The Slave Dwelling Project creates transformational experiences for Black and White participants.
Ericka Hart is uplifting the experiences of historically marginalized people.
Maryland becomes the first state to consider recommendations for addressing its legacy of lynching.
In his new book, the professor challenges traditional definitions of racism, and who can be racist.
Research has shown that certain movies have caused social justice change, or simply inspired good things to happen.
Race Women on Instagram spotlights generations of Black women trailblazers.
Portland is directing grants to weed shop owners in communities disproportionately affected by the war on drugs.
In Louisville, the group is purchasing vacant homes for low-income families to promote stability in the community and fight gentrification.
Black women have been poorly represented in the mainstream. So a new yearlong fellowship prepares women to redefine the stories that are being told and control who gets to tell them.
Three years ago I left behind television’s traditional White male narrative and found shows that affirm Blackness.
After nearly 30 years of collecting rare artifacts, this Detroit teacher launched a mobile museum that travels the country educating people on African American history all year round.