"...our blood remembers." Novelist Glenn Taylor chats about storytelling, family, and roots.
Public service is supposed to be about doing what's right and what's moral, rather than following public opinion polls.
“You could listen to [many] dry lectures…and…not learn as much about race issues…as in 'A Place Out of Time’.”
This eye-opening documentary explores the segregated proms at Charleston High.
The Supreme Court has made another clear statement in favor of civil rights.
With three HBCU’s within a mile of each other that spend millions, there should be an economic boom town around the Jefferson Street area.
The author of The Queen of Palmyra discusses her novel, the insidious persistence of racism, and her writing.
Race, family, love, and hatred collide in Minrose Gwin's The Queen of Palmyra.
It's not health care, it's a fading vision of America that's driving conservatives wild.
This well-acted, well-directed production deserves attention beyond the Martin Luther King Day celebration.