In the “The Sun Does Shine,” Hinton describes how racism sent him to die for two crimes he didn't commit.
At the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Alabama, the historical link between lynching and the death penalty is hard to miss.
The practice of turning away asylum seekers at the border has suddenly become routine, in defiance of U.S. and international law.
The attack on Hodeidah is seen as a failure by the U.S. to restrain its coalition partners, who depend on American weapons, intelligence, and logistics.
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For Muslim activists in the U.S., such events are as common as they are ugly.