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Make It Right
In DepthExplore Section
From the Editors
After Baltimore: It’s Time to Make Things Right
From slavery to police brutality, reconciliation begins with the truth.Read more
His Ancestors Were Slave Traders and Hers Were Slaves. What They Learned About Healing from a Roadtrip
We embarked upon a journey to test whether two people could come to grips with deep, traumatic, historic wounds and find healing. We had no idea where we would end up.Sharon Leslie Morgan & Thomas Norman DeWolf
Slavery made America wealthy, and racist policies since have blocked African American wealth-building. Can we calculate the economic damage?
Alicia Garza and two friends first tweeted #BlackLivesMatter to spark a conversation after the death of Trayvon Martin.
It’s clear that the trauma of slavery continues to impact the contemporary American psyche.
Under pressure from students and community members, Northwestern University and University of Denver take the first steps towards righting historic wrongs.
Gauging whether a community policing program has been successful ultimately depends on how you define success.
South Africans surprised everyone by transitioning to a relatively peaceful post-apartheid society. Here’s what Americans can learn.
Fania Davis explains how Truth and Reconciliation Commissions can help communities heal from a history of racial violence and oppression.
Solutions We LoveExplore Section
Meet the Scientist Breeding More Resilient Bees (And 4 Other People Working to Save the Pollinators)
With honeybee populations on the decline, scientists, lawyers, and even artists have set out to save humanity's most important pollinators.
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