Protesting the atrocities of the past should not become an excuse for ignoring the injustices of the present.
The American Civil War – then and now: A reflection 50 years after Martin Luther King’s death.
One large country and one small country both struggle with modern slavery.
The Boko Haram insurgency is worsening an already-grave problem facing Nigeria.
154 years after the abolition of serfdom, Russia is Europe’s most slave-holding nation, in modern terms.
Five countries account for over 60% of the 35.8 million people worldwide trapped in modern slavery.
The rift between African-Americans and recent African immigrants to the United States.
How are U.S. “gun rights” today an extension of a right created to preserve slavery?