Rabbi Ari Moffic’s new book explores the spiritual transformation of the Jewish High Holidays through the eyes of a transitioning child.
Daytime TV discovered neo-Nazi skinheads, and it was a ratings bonanza. But it also helped to grow the hate movement across America.
A grand jury in Louisville, Ky., announced its findings six months after Breonna Taylor’s death.
A grand jury in Louisville, Ky., has indicted one police officer on felony charges six months after Breonna Taylor’s death.
Chicago’s City Council will officially examine reparations for slavery and systemic racism.
In her new book, author Isabel Wilkerson argues we have a caste system in the U.S. — and that acknowledging it is an important first step in understanding issues of race.
With the future of the popular messaging and social media app in limbo, Chinese residents hope they can continue using the platform.
“Chicago is a great example of how structurally racist policies can lead to structurally racist outcomes, and this is a piece of an attempt to confront that,” one official said.
As the deadline looms, Chicago census workers are trying desperately to avoid an undercount — but it hasn’t been easy.
The coronavirus has affected most Americans, but NPR’s latest poll shows Black, Latino and Native American households are hardest hit by the financial impact of the crisis.