An exhibition at the New-York Historical Society makes plain the violence done by those who wrestled to restore the South’s antebellum racial regime. New York Are we still living in the shadow of Jim That
What can we learn from Starbucks’ crisis in Philadelphia? Now the company must live the narrative it is creating. On May 29th 2018, millions of coffee drinkers were not able to get their daily java at
You're always right, and you like to let people know. You get to decide how things run, and when you do, it is going to be a golden rule. Because, at the end of the day, you own the gold and you rule.
When researchers Rasmus Hougaard and Jacqueline Carter looked at the factors that separated exceptional leaders from the pack, one trait stood out above the rest: compassion. In surveying over 1,000 business
The story you decide to tell matters just as much as how you decide to tell it. You’ve heard dozens of times that you’re more likely to engage your audience when you tell a story in your presentation.
A historical travel guide once listed safe pit stops for black motorists in Jim Crow America. When a family sought similar advice on Facebook last year, they were deluged with replies Over a barbecue last
"In the ways that we teach and learn about the history of American slavery," write the authors of a new report from the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), "the nation needs an intervention." This new
You might think that the kind of extreme poverty that would concern a global organization like the United Nations has long vanished in this country. Yet the special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human
Christian Picciolini was 14 years old when he attended the first gathering of what would become the Hammerskin Nation, a violent, white-power skinheadgroup. Looking back, he describes his introduction
A person doesn't have to be hateful in order to be racist. The new Netflix movie “Mudbound,” directed by Dee Rees, is an epic about race in the Deep South in the aftermath of World War II. It is also,