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.
Former Packer and Alabama coach Bill Curry on attending King’s funeral and how football affected his views on race
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