National Geographic : 2018 Apr
COMING UP | CONTENTS 70 | COLORS OF MATRIMONY The growing acceptance of relationships across racial and ethnic lines can be seen at a New York City marriage bureau. By Patricia Edmonds Photographs by Wayne Lawrence 142 | RESISTANCE, REIMAGINED An artist reenacts historic scenes from the black struggle for freedom. The times and places differ; the resolve is the same. By Maurice Berger Photographs by Omar Victor Diop 78 | DAWN OF WHITE MINORITY The demographic changes rippling across America are fueling anxiety among some whites. By Michele Norris Photographs by Gillian Laub 100 | THE STOP Traffic stops—the most common interac- tion between police and the public—are a flash point in the debate over race. By Michael A. Fletcher Photographs by Wayne Lawrence 14 | STREETS IN HIS NAME More than a thousand streets across the world bear Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s name. How do these roads reflect the civil rights icon’s values and teachings? By Wendi C. Thomas 118 | A PLACE OF THEIR OWN Historically black colleges are seeing a surge in enrollment and activism. By Clint Smith Photographs by Nina Robinson and Radcliffe “Ruddy” Roye DIVERSITY IN AMERICA This year National Geographic will offer multimedia coverage of racial, ethnic, and religious groups and examine their changing roles in 21st-century life. THE SERIES WILL INCLUDE: MUSLIMS In the United States, near- ly 3.5 million Muslims from some 75 countries are experiencing opportunity— and opposition. LATINOS Latinos in the United States come from many races. Now at about 18 percent of the population, they’re the nation’s largest minority group. ASIAN AMERICANS South Asians are a major force in medicine, technol- ogy, and business. Today they’re playing increas- ingly prominent roles in mainstream American culture. Also: We revisit some of the 120,000 Japanese U.S. citizens incarcerated during World War II. NATIVE AMERICANS Their culture at times erased or appropriated, Native Americans are rising up to fight the marginalization they’ve endured. THE RACE ISSUE PHOTOS: IAN TEH (TOP LEFT); RADCLIFFE “RUDDY” ROYE (BOTTOM RIGHT) Corrections and Clarifications Go to natgeo.com/corrections.