The association of Muslims with terrorists in the wake of the 9/11 attacks continues to affect the nation in myriad ways.
Colin Kaepernick’s silent protest reminds Americans that calling out injustice is more glorious than scoring touchdowns.
Purging prejudice from the pews will move America closer toward a long overdue racial reconciliation.
Bridging the divide between communities of color and law enforcement begins by recognizing that discord is rooted in the origins of policing in America.
The U.S. Department of Justice’s report on Baltimore chronicles yet another police department that routinely abused its power and violated the civil rights of African Americans.
Much of the United States’ policy support is currently reserved for tribal members living on reservations, leaving Native Americans who live in urban areas without much recourse.
Over his nearly 50 years in the North Carolina state legislator, Rep. Mickey Michaux helped increase voting rights and participation. However, recent efforts in the state are putting these advances at risk.
Practical policy reforms—not just more conversation—are needed to address the recent violence between police and the African American community.
Americans are sick and tired of being sick and tired of waiting on Congress to act and ensure the right to vote for all.
President Barack Obama has been a leader in supporting and advancing AAPI communities.