National healing will only come when we all prioritize the content of our character over the color of our skin.
If we want true equality in America for everyone, education reform would be a great place to start.
We all need to share our experiences with one another and be willing to listen to one another.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought to the forefront some unfortunate realities of American life.
Like many things, access to clean water falls along racial lines.
"We are in the middle of another attempt to reckon with our national failure to achieve real and sustainable progress toward racial justice."
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice and The Legacy Museum: From Enslavement to Mass Incarceration will open on April 26, 2018.
The "Silent Protest Parade," as it came to be known, was the first mass African-American demonstration of its kind.
While racial segregation in U.S. schools plummeted between the late 1960s and 1980, it has steadily increased ever since.
A youth from Ferguson and an Afghan War veteran may be very different, but they are united in struggling to explain their experiences to Americans.