Andrew Maraniss is the author of the bestseller "Strong Inside: Perry Wallace and the Collision of Race and Sports in the South," which received the Lillian Smith Book Award and RFK Book Awards’ Special Recognition prize.
A memorial service at Vanderbilt celebrates his life on court and off
A state struggles to remember a racial pioneer — is it partly because of his sexuality?
Sanya Gragg is inspired to help children work through their feelings
DeShields talks about Tennessee after Pat Summitt, her baseball-playing family, and athlete activism
Almost a century after blacks were killed or exiled for trying to vote, Ocoee is a changed place
The NBA prospect uses his fame to push for change
Southeast Missouri State players aim to heal community wounds — especially for those with personal pain
Museum offers a rare glimpse of black schools before integration
How C.M. Newton changed the face of the SEC