Stevenson weighs in on the aftermath of the New York and Missouri cases involving the U.S. law enforcement system.
Parker and Purdie-Vaughns examine the role the media plays in perpetuating conscious and unconscious bias.
A longtime activist and leader in the fight for basic human rights, Rice weighs in on the “Ferguson effect.”
The medical ethics expert reviews controversial health issues, including experimental Ebola drugs and prescription opiate use in the U.S.
The internationally respected scholar offers her take on the difficulty Americans have in dealing with the issue of racial inequality in the U.S.
The Harvard-trained lawyer, who’s won exonerations for death row inmates, examines the issue of excessive sentencing.
A former clerk for then-U.S. Court of Appeals Circuit Judge Sonia Sotomayor, Murray assesses the Roberts Supreme Court.
The self-described writer-turned-activist shares startling backstories of her groundbreaking text, Burning Down the House, an indictment of the juvenile justice system.
The potential presidential contender weighs in on proposed changes to the criminal justice system.
The former U.S. attorney reflects on the significance of events in Birmingham, AL 50 years ago.