The changing demographics of this country and the exponential growth of workers of color in the next few decades compel us to address racial inequities that also serve as a hindrance to financial gains.
Recent police killings in the U.S. have inspired protests throughout the country and around the world.
Forty-nine years ago this week, Newark, in New Jersey burned in rebellion against police brutality and racial injustice. Today, activists and authorities continue to grapple with many of the same issues. In this segment, hear perspectives from protesters and police…
By PBS NewsHour
Monifa Bandele, the senior campaign director of MomsRising.Org, Journalist Ian Tuttle, a fellow at the National Review, and retired NY police detective Marquez Claxton, director of the Black Law Enforcement Alliance discuss their thoughts on how to find common ground…
By News Desk
The PBS NewsHour Weekend special "America in Black and Blue" explores the tensions between America’s diverse communities and their local police forces.
By Mark Walsh, Education Week
The controversial ruling on race-based admissions could have lasting and immediate effects everywhere, from the most selective colleges to neighborhood K-12 schools.
As protests draw attention to killings of African-Americans, advocates are demanding more coverage of violent policing in Latino communities.
By Denise Cummins
Two decades of scientific investigations suggest a nuanced answer.
By Mary Jo Brooks
Poet Ed Pavlic has written numerous poems and essays about the complicated relationship between black men and the police. Much of it comes from personal experience.
Personal stories, analyses and other commentary from this week following multiple killings.
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