Correspondent Martha Teichner looks at the questions raised by the shocking massacre of nine people in a historic black church in Charleston, S.C., the motivations of the white gunman, and where America stands on race relations today.
When award-winning actress Cicely Tyson plays a role, she completely immerses herself in the character. From her short hairstyle on the television series "East Side/West Side" to her cornrows in Sounder, Cicely explains how her natural hair inspired a movement-and why hairstylists were none too pleased.
East Mississippi Correctional Facility: Hell Without the Fire
East Mississippi Correctional Facility is a cesspool. Prisoners are underfed and routinely held in cells that are infested with rats and have no working toilets or lights. Although designated as a facility to care for prisoners with special needs and serious psychiatric disabilities, ECMF denies prisoners even the most rudimentary mental health care services.
"We are always unsafe living in our skin in this country. It's a permanent condition. Our people are stopped, we are frisked, we are criminalized, we are targeted, we are invaded, we are jailed and we are killed.
Many Voices Video Campaign: Rev. Reggie Longcrier on Opening Church Doors to Everyone
Rev. Reggie Longcrier, a straight-identified pastor at Exodus Missionary Outreach Church in Hickory, North Carolina, speaks about his commitment to ensuring that every person who passes through the doors of his church feels safe and welcome.
This Girl Can celebrates the women who are doing their thing no matter how they do it, how they look or even how sweaty they get. They're here to inspire us to wiggle, jiggle, move and prove that judgement is a barrier that can be overcome.#thisgirlcan
Hey, Internet! Let's #MakeItHappy! From Kid President
The internet is awesome, but it can also be a really negative place. To help try and fix the problem, Brad and Robby teamed up with Coca-Cola to give you a #MakeItHappy lesson. How will you make the internet more happy? Let us know with the #MakeItHappy!
Richard Williams, better known by his stage name Prince EA, is an American rapper, spoken word artist, music video director and rights activist, who describes a trick that helped him get through a period of depression.