Great documentary by two students on the Children's Marches, a turning point in the Civil Rights movement in 1963.
Report details the educational benefits of racial diversity in K-12 and college learning environments.
Series of helpful graphs show demographics of Christianity in the U.S.
Author critiques the reconciliation paradigm and argues that a reparations paradigm is more effective.
Speaker warns if we hear only a single story about another person or country, we risk a critical misunderstanding.
Asian American women authors share their stories and principles for moving beyond cultural and gender constraints.
Authors call for racial reconciliation that uproots systems of injustice, rather than sustains it.
Powerful movie about a white southerner, Newton Knight, his relationship with freed slaves, and their attempts to fight for freedom and racial justice in the South in the 1800's.
Influential book exposes huge disparities in the incarceration rates of racial groups in our country.
Documentary on the history of the indigenous peoples of North and Central America to the end of the 19th century.