Paul Wachter has written for The New York Times Magazine, Harper's, and The Atlantic. He lives in Visalia, California.
The ‘Blacksonian,’ Atlanta’s civil rights center — and a Durham bus station — are all part of his legacy
‘Fish don’t see race,’ says Monroe, one of only two black men competing at the sport’s top level
But Gary Faulkner Jr. is struggling to repeat that success
D-Wade, Yao Ming, Sasha Vujacic are investing in California wineries
One of the few blacks at the top of the sport, he’s shooting for the Tokyo Olympics
Several black women pros are on the rise, but the recreational ranks are dwindling
The champion calf-roper is a legend and an outlier