A longtime activist and leader in the fight for basic human rights, Rice weighs in on the “Ferguson effect.”
The internationally respected scholar offers her take on the difficulty Americans have in dealing with the issue of racial inequality in the U.S.
A former clerk for then-U.S. Court of Appeals Circuit Judge Sonia Sotomayor, Murray assesses the Roberts Supreme Court.
Professor Lee, who’s written extensively on race and social inequality, discusses the erosion of affirmative action opportunities for higher education.
The veteran filmmaker previews his latest project, Freedom Summer, which chronicles a period in the civil rights movement that radically changed the U.S.
A principal organizer of the Freedom Summer Project, Moses dissects the summer of 1964 in Mississippi.
Tavis reflects on the legacy of the stage and screen legend and passionate activist and revisits past conversations.
The African American history scholar unpacks his biography of one of the most controversial and important leaders of the civil rights movement.
Tavis revisits past conversations with the pioneering and esteemed poet, writer, civil rights activist and professor.
Tavis pays tribute to one of the most influential literary voices of the 20th century.