Khalil Gibran Muhammad

Harvard Kennedy School of Government

Professor of History, Race, and Public Policy at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government

Khalil Gibran Muhammad on KCRW

In the past week there have been two more high-profile shootings of black men in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Charlotte, North Carolina.

Lessons from the responses to police shootings in Tulsa and Charlotte

In the past week there have been two more high-profile shootings of black men in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Charlotte, North Carolina.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Black Lives Matters has focused the nation’s attention on violence against black people, particularly by police officers.

How ‘black on black crime’ became a conservative talking point

Black Lives Matters has focused the nation’s attention on violence against black people, particularly by police officers.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

President Obama is in Dallas today to memorialize the deaths of five policemen, gunned down by a black sniper last week during an otherwise peaceful rally.

Race in America: the Issue that Won’t Go Away

President Obama is in Dallas today to memorialize the deaths of five policemen, gunned down by a black sniper last week during an otherwise peaceful rally.

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