How Tennessee Disenfranchised 21% of Its Black Citizens
While many states have made it easier for people convicted of felonies to vote, Tennessee has gone in the other direction.
Minnesota Set To Become ‘Abortion Access Island’ In The Midwest, But For Whom?
Out-of-staters have long traveled to Minnesota for abortions, but as neighboring states restrict access to the procedure, data suggests patients of color may not make the trip.
What Academics Focused On Improving Americans’ Diets Got Wrong
It’s time to look beyond the concept of “food deserts.”
SCOTUS Ruling On Alabama Map Could Open The Door To A New Wild West Of Redistricting
Not every voted is counted equal.
Trial Of Ahmaud Arbery’s Accused Killers Will Scrutinize The Use—And Abuse—Of Outdated Citizen’s Arrest Laws
The defense is set to claim that the three men accused over death of unarmed Black man were trying to conduct a citizen’s arrest.
Milt Campbell: The World’s Greatest Athlete You Never Heard Of
Soon after his Olympic success, Campbell almost disappeared from public attention.