From 1909 to today we can now identify more than 500 shootings by police.
Protest began to swell in Birmingham began to swell the night Bonita Carter was killed, and it grew larger and larger in the days that followed.
Episode One of “Unjustifiable” reconstructs the shooting of Bonita Carter, moment by moment and step by step, from the vantage points of onlookers, participants, store workers, witnesses and police.
Reckon Radio presents: “Unjustifiable,” an investigative series from Pulitzer-prize winning columnist John Archibald and Roy S. Johnson examining an overlooked moment of civil rights history in the heart of the South.
Elections in Georgia, Arizona and Nevada may come down to a few thousand ballots. As election managers and county boards of registrars scan and count absentee ballots, some voters are being contacted and asked to “cure” their ballots. But what is “ballot curing"? The process, also called ballot remediation, is [...]
On the eve of the election, we decided to ask people around the South three questions: What’s something you hope happens next year? What’s something you hope never happens again? What does the South look like in four years?
This week on the Reckon Interview, we’re talking about what comes next?
Lilly Ledbetter knows what it’s like to lose a Supreme Court case and to keep fighting. She shares her experience with Reckon and her concerns about the 2020 election and confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett.
The Supreme Court has the power to expand our definition of civil rights. Or to limit it.
This week on the Reckon Interview, we’re examining “the Doug Jones Effect.”