Florida: The Most Dangerous Place to Be Black in America
For Florida, being at the center of a maelstrom about race and justice for black Americans is nothing new. Especially if you ever had a run-in with Lake County’s brutal seven-term sheriff, Willis McCall.
How the Zimmerman/Martin Case Hurt Race Relations in the U.S.
We're back where we were about 20 years ago.
What Happens if (or When) Edward Snowden Faces a Jury?
The George Zimmerman trial has provoked a national conversation on race. The NSA probably doesn't want one on security.
George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin, and Racial Bias in 'Justifiable Homicide' Trials
In the 29 states that use the law, stand your ground increases the likelihood of a justified homicide ruling—but only when a white person is accused of killing a black person.
Datebook: What's Happening in May and June—and Why It Matters
From the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition to the murder trial of George Zimmerman, events you should be aware of.