Researcher says one in eight residents lives in a ‘transit desert’ in the most severely affected cities.
Expert tells Reset ‘walking while Black’ or ‘biking while Black’ are intentionally criminalized, and too often deadly for African Americans
After the Senate passed the COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act, Reset talks with an expert about how anti-Asian hate affects people’s mental health.
The Illinois Predatory Lending Prevention Act will cap the interest rates of payday lenders in the state, but could have unintended consequences for communities of color.
More than two dozen groups are using maps displaying inequality to urge public- and private-sector investment in communities of color.
The South Side pastor discusses how centering love and justice could help America heal and take steps toward greater police accountability.
Black women in the U.S. are three to four times more likely to die in childbirth than white women.
Last summer, young people across the U.S. voiced their outrage over George Floyd’s murder by organizing protests to fight for change. What comes next?
George Floyd’s murder was a rallying cry for outraged youth across the nation. What’s next for youth organizers fighting for racial justice?
The fight against systemic racism still lies ahead, particularly in Chicago, where more Black men are killed by police than anywhere else.