When Occupiers decided civil rights icon John Lewis was no exception to their process of ordering speakers, critics said it revealed the movement's blind spots on race. Kung Li explains how race defines the very space protestors occupy.
Thousands of young, black men and women in the South are declaring "I am Troy Davis" as if their lives depend on it. And they do. The fight against systemic racism in the justice system may have finally exploded out of the courts and into the community.