Conversations with Henry Louis Gates Jr.
The Root's Editor in Chief interviews the brightest minds and most influential figures in science, literature and popular culture.
The Root's Editor in Chief sits down with some of the brightest and most influential figures in science, literature and popular culture.
A CONVERSATION WITH RUBY DEE: Looking back at 50 years of 'A Raisin in the Sun'
BUSH, THE LINCOLN BEDROOM AND ME: A White House tour from former President Bush; how his presidency compared to Lincoln's.
LOOKING FOR LINCOLN: How "The Great Emancipator" used his political instincts and powerful oratory to co-opt his rivals
TOUR OF ECHOES: Recalling the myriad voices ringing out from history along Barack Obama's inaugural path.
WALKING IN THE FRONT DOOR: A visual history of African Americans in the White House.
THE FUTURE OF AFRICA: Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka discusses Sudan, Mugabe, slavery and, of course, Obama.
THE SCIENCE OF RACISM: James Watson, the father of DNA, clarifies his views on race and genetics.