segregation

segregation

BY Trent Gilliss July 12, 2016

After arriving in the U.S. in the 1930s, Albert Einstein witnessed the inequities and injustices done to black Americans. Read his little-known essay from 1946 about the "deeply entrenched evil" as he saw it then, and that pervades this country today.

BY March 02, 2012

There are times in our worst hour when we discover that what will save us is just the thing we’ve been doing our whole lives.

Check out this story from The Moth by string theorist Jim Gates who had one such epiphany, hearing an unembodied voice telling him to make his own trail while alone on a mountaintop in Iceland, clinging to his mortality.

BY February 02, 2011

A new radio doc untangles the little-told history of white Mississippians who tried to preserve segregation.

BY January 17, 2011

A reminder that change means being willing to take a risk - just like Moses Wright did in Mississippi.