The 2019 film, which chronicles criminal justice reform in Alabama, stars Michael B. Jordan as lawyer Bryan Stevenson.
A census question poses a dilemma for American Jews — are you white, and if so, what are your ‘origins’?
It’s the ninth question on the census, and for many Jewish respondents, it’s a surprising — and sometimes unwelcome — invitation to consider who exactly they are.
Kerry Washington on Beyoncé, Ta-Nehisi Coates on Kendrick Lamar, Oprah Winfrey on Toni Morrison, Issa Rae on ‘Scandal,’ and 31 other prominent black artists on the work that inspires them most.
African American food culture is one of the only aspects of African American identity that represents an unbroken line from Africa to present-day America.
Hiram Revels subverted slave states and recruited soldiers in the Civil War. In the 150 years since his election, he remains one of only 10 black senators ever.
New York City’s latest tactic to combat anti-Semitism: An ad campaign featuring diverse Jewish New Yorkers
New York City is hoping that a new ad campaign will make Jewish New Yorkers feel comfortable despite a recent spate of anti-Semitic attacks.
For four hours at a megachurch outside of Dallas, pastors of color shared their personal stories of leading a multiethnic church.
Sometimes a book comes along and, after it is absorbed into the culture, we cannot see ourselves again in quite the same way.
Revisit the history of the Civil Rights era and the incredible legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in these inspiring films.