Feature stories and profiles about race-related activism

From Hate to Acceptance: The Story of a Reformed Nazi

Skinhead, neo-Nazi, racist, white supremacist, anti-semitic— Frank Meeink has been called all of these. A former skinhead himself, Meeink, now 43, went from being a top recruiter for the Neo-Nazi movement to lecturing against it. — by Abby Strusowski

Meet: Elise Damas

CARECEN’s Director of Pathway to Citizenship reflects on the impact immigration lawyers have on immigrant lives. — by Sarah Javors

Serving Up Justice: The James Blake Story

Former tennis player James Blake was wrongly arrested in New York City in 2015, but since that day, Blake has transformed into an activist for racial equality. — by Ryan Connell

Etan Thomas: From Athlete to Activist

After spending nine years in the NBA, Etan Thomas is making an impact around the world as an activist through his motivational speeches and influential books on social activism.— by Chris Rosvoglou

Fighting Against Racial Discrimination on Long Island

Through her work with ERASE Racism, activist Nyah Berg is helping promote racial equality in school districts across the island.— by Mike Sinkewicz

Combatting School Segregation: IntegrateNYC

Sarah Zapiler works to create systematic change in some of the most segregated schools in the country. — by Kayleigh McCleanz