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After a record number of homicides one year, a teacher created a choir to keep young boys off the street. Twenty-five years later, she has reached more than 700 boys.
After a lifetime apart, a first Father’s Day and an opportunity to help a son find his way after prison.
Cultural-sensitivity programs focus on changing minds, but the focus should be on changing the structures that reinforce the mind-set.
Marita Michael fought to improve her neighborhood. Now the area is changing, and she can no longer stay.
The laws may have changed when it comes to discrimination, but it feels like we’re repeating history.
A neighborhood environmental justice group has been fighting to get officials to pay attention to the health impact of development.
At a food justice summit, students spread the word on how to better eat for better lives.
Residents going “door-to-door” to educate about environmental hazards are crucial to improving community health.
Curtis Pope performed before integrated crowds in Europe after the riots and found that music was a way to achieve Martin Luther King’s vision.
A lot of Brits could certainly use a shot of reality.