by Carla Murphy on November 24 2014, 11:38AM
Interview threatens to get out of control as Giuliani uses “black-on-black crime” to explain high white police presence.
by Carla Murphy on November 20 2014, 2:22PM
Increasing the minimum wage may require immigration reform
by Carla Murphy on November 17 2014, 5:18PM
Order fuels speculation that the grand jury will not indict Officer Darren Wilson
by Carla Murphy on November 17 2014, 1:01PM
The state has the second highest incarceration rate in the United States
by Carla Murphy on November 10 2014, 3:39PM
Abandoning net neutrality would end the Internet as we know it, the president says.
by Carla Murphy on November 5 2014, 4:41PM
Minimum-wage hikes, legal weed and sentencing reform were among the measures in play.
by Carla Murphy on November 4 2014, 12:22PM
Don’t assume they don’t, a new Latino USA-Hyphen report says
by Carla Murphy on November 4 2014, 7:00AM
Through two new initiatives the longtime activist is working to train 100,000 low-income youth in computer programming and to reduce the prison population by half in the next 10 years.
by Carla Murphy on November 3 2014, 11:48AM
California voters may lead the way on Nov 4.
by Carla Murphy on November 3 2014, 10:37AM
It’s very easy when you’re an immigrant to internalize mainstream ideas, Adichie says.
by Carla Murphy on October 31 2014, 1:14PM
He doesn’t ignore periodic eruptions of racial violence but focuses on the less visible systemic roots of these incidents.
by Carla Murphy on October 31 2014, 10:00AM
Here’s how former Virginia attorney general Mark Earley realized that his generation had gone too far—and the work he’s been doing over the last 15 years to help undo the overly punitive system that they built.
Topics: Criminal Justice
by Carla Murphy on October 30 2014, 7:00AM
A team leader of Showing Up for Racial Justice, a group that enlists white people to participate in the movement for racial justice, talks law enforcement, local organizing and the end of racism. .
Topics: Facing Race 2014
by Carla Murphy on October 23 2014, 4:27PM
Country’s largest school district is among its most racially segregated