About Bruce C.T. Wright

Bruce is based in New York City and mainly covers politics, culture, race and criminal justice. He previously worked at the Washington Post, the New York Times and the Boston Globe’s Boston.com, where he was a part of the Pulitzer Prize-winning team that covered the Boston Marathon bombing and manhunt. Follow him @ BCTW on social media.

The Black Futures Lab announced it will award more than $1 million to 10 Black-led organizations to mobilize Black male voters ahead of the 2024 election.

She famously called out textbook publisher for referring to slaves as “workers.”

Civil rights leaders ripped a federal appeals court decision that undermines legal precedent set by the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and will disproportionately affect Black and brown voters.

Dexter Wade's preliminary autopsy shows evidence that his body was severely mishandled before being secretly buried, a pathologist found.

New Hampshire's decision to hold the nation's first presidential primary has racial implications.

Tobacco control leader Carol McGruder explains why a menthol cigarettes ban is needed, addresses racial factors and allays policing concerns.

A Mississippi county letter confirms Dexter Wade's family was lied to about when the 37-year-old Black man's body would be exhumed after a police officer killed him and he was secretly buried.

Votes in the Kentucky county where Breonna Taylor was killed spoke volumes.

Was the woman posing on stage with Tim Scott after the GOP presidential debate in Miami the South Carolina Senator's girlfriend?

Daniel Cameron lost the Kentucky governor election as voters rejected the conservative AG blamed for sabotaging justice for Breonna Taylor.

The Manhattan DA's office tends to "weaponize" white women's accusations, Priya Chaudhry said.

A shooting on Clark Atlanta University's campus is the latest gun violence at an HBCU during homecoming festivities in October.