The Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals must include education targets that can’t necessarily be quantified.
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Too many police departments, educators, journalists, and health care providers default to a criminal caricature of blackness.
The presidential candidates’ interest in the subject is most welcome. But we need a deeper discussion to fix what’s wrong.
Do people really understand the right to remain silent? This essential right protects individuals from being compelled to make self-incriminating statements, yet too often there is a failure to ensure it is understood.
From the creative act of authorship to the formidable journey to escape slavery, the stories highlighted in the next installment of the Moving Walls photography series explore people in pursuit of new worlds.
A program that sends people convicted of low-level drug and sex work crimes to community-based services instead of jail is off to a good start in Seattle.
Courageous on-the-ground researchers give the world a look at the reality of a counterterrorism strategy that some in the U.S. government would argue is a model program.
The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence voted to release a long-awaited report on the CIA’s interrogation and detention program on April 3, 2014. Here are three stories in the report that the media missed.
In the future, which workers will “win” and which ones will “lose”?
Taking know-your-rights into real-life street situations, a film called Y-Stop seeks to educate London youth on how to navigate an encounter with the police.