Courtesy will get you farther than tiki torches.
"Law enforcement was standing passively by, seeming to be waiting for violence to take place, so that they would have grounds to declare an emergency, declare an 'unlawful assembly' and clear the area."
Studies show students in schools of choice have more respect for the rights of people they don’t like.
As Trump learned this week, pandering to white nationalists means alienating most other Americans.
Many of those who would recoil in horror at racist notions find similar notions strangely beguiling when they are dressed up in more genteel language.
Did the president really need a teachable moment to denounce neo-Nazis?
Reason editors talk white supremacy in Virginia, free speech, the controversial Google memo, and more.
That is not the law, and it shouldn't be.
After this weekend's white-supremacist rally in Virginia, more Southern cities announce plans to take down Confederate monuments.
Car rams pedestrians on city's downtown mall; many injured.
Taking them down and putting up different statues is a reminder that in understanding the past, we shape the future.
Podcast also argues over the Philando Castile verdict and Otto Warmbier’s critics
The Color of Law documents how federal housing policy forced blacks and whites apart.
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Lawrence Ross vs. Kmele Foster in a public debate at the Soho Forum
Why government-funded agencies should display Confederate symbols only at historic sites or museums
"I have such a deeper appreciation for the punishment that black people received from their government for so long and the crass politics that perpetuated it."
Kmele Foster and Lawrence C. Ross, Jr. debate in New York on May 16.
When Nazi lawyers went looking for racial legislation to emulate, they turned to the United States.