On July 28, 1917, nearly 10,000 African-Americans marched down Fifth Avenue, in silence, to protest racial violence and white supremacy in the U.S.
The Christian university movement is driven by massive demand for access to higher education and liberalization of government chartering–both global trends.
Detroit Deputy Chief Ulysha Renee Hall was tapped by city leaders to become the first female to serve as police chief in Dallas, replacing former Chief David Brown.
A poem of lament and confession.
Though news of police shootings has become commonplace in Texas and throughout the nation, disciplinary action against an officer isn’t typical and a murder indictment is almost unheard of.
There are over eight million Jehovah’s Witnesses in 240 countries. Russia, with a population of more than 150 million, has a total of 117,000 Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Dr. Robin DiAngelo deconstructs "white privilege," using her own personal experiences to explain how many White Americans are disconnected from assumptions built around race.
The head of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement unit in charge of deportations has told officers to take action against all undocumented immigrants, regardless of criminal histories.
The Department of Justice has imposed a $3 million fine on Hobby Lobby for illegal possession of thousands of ancient Iraqi artifacts.
What is the meaning of the 2,500-year old Hebrew psalm for oppressed groups?