BLM has been accused of being 'Godless' and operating in a 'demonic realm.' But scholars of religion see a deep spirituality at work in the movement.
Many Americans want to become more open to people of other races but don't know how. A professor in Colorado shares what works in her sociology class.
The Republican National Convention wrapped up with Trump sounding familiar themes but speaking from an unusual location.
As US protesters deface monuments of once revered leaders, they are drawing from an ancient tradition used by both marginalized people and those in power.
As Americans celebrate the legacy of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote, it is also a moment to acknowledge how suffragists first used hunger strike as a form of protest.
There has been some progress on judicial reform in Australia since the protests began, but structural change requires a truth-telling process and a real commitment from government for action.
Corporate foundations are no stranger to co-opting social movements aimed at challenging the deep structures of American inequality.
The racist legacy of the American death penalty.
Black farmers own far less land than they did in 1910 and the racial gap in homeownership is at the highest level for 50 years.
Police forces across the country now have access to surveillance technologies that were recently available only to national intelligence services. The digitization of bias and abuse of power followed.
Diversity among officers lags behind the general population. But is police culture a greater problem when it comes to combating excessive force?
Old injustices don't simply disappear with time – they tear a nation apart.
Where do old Confederate statues go when they die? The former Soviet bloc countries could teach the US something about dealing with monuments from a painful past.
A health and human rights researcher, therapist and professor explains why racial justice is a public health issue.