On the historic role of policing in reinforcing racial inequality and how it has led to black Americans' fear of police.
New research suggests those impassioned rallies and demonstrations may have had a positive impact.
Clark turned out to be unarmed, and his death sparked large protests organized by Black Lives Matter and other groups.
A local chapter of Black Lives Matter tells white allies to put up or shut up.
Andrea J. Ritchie's new book offers fresh perspective on how American law enforcement reserves particular abuse for black women.
Fifty-eight percent of Americans believe racism is a pervasive issue.
Pacific Standard recommends The Prison in Twelve Landscapes, a new PBS documentary that skips the statistics to demonstrate prison culture's effects outside of the bars.
How the pop icon has embraced Hollywood's long, rich tradition of nostalgia for black subjugation.
"Historians will teach something that was extremely inflammatory at the time, but we're far away from it now. They don't get the kind of heat that I get."
A scholar of race and digital media details how the online prowess of #BlackLivesMatter was over 20 years in the making.
The mysterious "patriot" group returned to Ferguson, Missouri, on the anniversary of Michael Brown's death.
The African-American woman's mysterious death following a controversial arrest is an indictment of our modern bail system.
Professor Julia Azari weighs in on the rift in the Democratic Party.
Despite protests in New York and beyond, police reform is in a dismal state.
A new survey measures Americans’ views on patriotism, protests, and American exceptionalism.
A dig into the data reveals that not all of them are motivated by prejudice, but a significant portion are.