"It doesn't matter if you're a White homeowner or a Black homeowner," legal scholar Dorothy Brown told The Washington Post. "If you're in a neighborhood that's 10 percent Black, that home isn't going to appreciate the same way it would if you picked it up and moved it to an all-White neighborhood."
As anti-occupation and free-speech advocates decry New York City's new executive order to punish companies and groups that boycott Israel, members of the Dream Defenders' latest delegation to the West Bank share what they saw and learned on their trip.
After multiple reports that freedom fighter Harriet Tubman would "replace" president and slave master Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill, Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew announced that he'll stay there—just on the back.
In the debut episode of "The Movement," activist and writer Darnell Moore goes to Camden, N.J., to meet folks who challenge the lie that Black people don't care about violent crime unless it's committed by police.