bryan stevenson

The Equal Justice Initiative documented racial terror lynchings during the post-emancipation Reconstruction era, from 1865 to 1876.
The former president called the anti-racism protests a "sea change" in a conversation with Rep. John Lewis and Bryan Stevenson.
The actor is playing Equal Justice Initiative founder Bryan Stevenson, who has fought for the wrongly condemned and convicted for decades.
After Anthony Ray Hinton spent 30 years awaiting his death sentence, his case went to the Supreme Court and he was set free. Now, he’s working to abolish the death penalty entirely.
An HBO documentary about Bryan Stevenson sounds an urgent call to examine the nation's past, from slavery to lynching.
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice draws a line from the slavery and lynching of the past to the criminal justice system of today.
A new memorial in Alabama will recognize the people of color lost to lynching in America, and try to reckon with the nation’s history of racial terror.
The project gives a comprehensive look at the impact of lynching on generations of black families.
A key to changing America's future is changing the narrative we tell ourselves about our shared past.
As a nation, we have failed to confront systemic racism. This won't change without white people really engaging. Developing this ability requires regular workouts as well as a heavy dose of humility.