Django Unchained is an irreverent, profound and problematic exploration of America's original sin—and the power of a revenge fantasy.
The runaway slave narratives compiled by Devon Carbado and Donald Weise are as moving as any story by Suzanne Collins or J.R.R. Tolkien.
A man buys a lottery ticket at a small store in Cambodia. Ten years ago, he could have bought a human being there.
Paul Harvey's introduction to the history of African-American Christianity emphasizes both the fraught relationship between black and white Christians and the tensions within black religious institutions and communities.