RESET AMERICA

OZY's coverage of the nationwide upheaval surrounding racial inequality and police brutality, and where we go from here.

Opinion: A Family Values Solution for Minneapolis' Racial Strife

Kendall Qualls is on a mission to restore faith to the Black community in Minneapolis.

This Revolutionary Chef Wants to Topple the Table

Chef/owner John Fleer and Ashleigh Shanti, of Asheville, North Carolina, are crafting the "Afro-lachian" food of the future by drawing on Black culinary history.

MLK's Legacy Looms Larger Than Ever

In honor of Martin Luther King Day, this Sunday Magazine introduces you to today’s leaders across issues to which King devoted his life’s work: poverty, labor, religion and civil rights.

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Real Talk, Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

A Simple, Bold Idea: Reset America

We are launching a weekly newsletter to shine a light on the best and boldest ideas for how to Reset America.

Can an All-Black Boarding School Bring an Education Revolution?

Cymone Davis, 30, is launching a Black boarding school in Tullahassee, Oklahoma, the oldest all-Black town in Indian Territory.

The Rise of the Black Architect

Kimberly Dowdell is leading the charge to diversify the people who create urban spaces.

Rewriting Black And Brown History, With A Little Help From Augmented Reality

Glenn Cantave is using technology to introduce more diverse representation and narratives in school curricula.

A New Vision for America

Today’s Sunday Magazine invites you to take a glance from a new angle at the positive change we’re already seeing in America.

In Our Relationships, the Post-Trump Reckoning Won't Be Easy

Reconciliation after the Trump era will be no easy task, writes law professor Ekow N.

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The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

A Black Harpist Makes Classical Music for the Moment

Charles Overton is using an unlikely instrument to make a big impact.

He's Laying the Legal Groundwork for Reparations

Damario Solomon-Simmons is trying to get compensation for the victims of the Tulsa massacre, nearly 100 years later.

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