In an economy and educational system that has only gotten worse for the black community, the renowned economist and President Emerita of Bennett College, joined by the CEO of XQ Institute, discuss how and why our country must immediately address these critical issues.
The co-creator of Black Lives Matter and the executive director of ColorofChange.org share what societal and systematic steps need to be taken to have black voices heard.
The gospel star delivers a powerful performance of her song “Take Me to the King” off of her hit album Best Days.
Ten years after the publication of The Covenant with Black America, the renowned environmental and consumer advocate, and the esteemed Townsend Martin Professor of History and Public Affairs at Princeton University discuss the health disparities among minority communities.
Johns Hopkins professor Kathryn J. Edin, author of $2.00 a Day, and The American Way of Poverty author Sasha Abramsky speak on the dire issue of extreme poverty in the U.S.
The Chair of the Department of Pan-African Studies at Cal State L.A. discusses the national impact of the Black Lives Matter movement.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and associate editor at The Washington Post discusses the fascinating slice of history in his new book, Once in a Great City: A Detroit Story.
The tireless advocate and educator discusses his new book about empowering youth, titled Holding Fast to Dreams.
The antiracist essayist weighs in on the income inequality issues highlighted in his new book, Under the Affluence.
The contributing writer for The Nation magazine talks about his new book about the current struggle for voting rights, titled Give Us the Ballot.