Richard Sudan

Richard Sudan covers human rights and American foreign affairs for the Editorial Board. Based in London, his reporting has appeared in The Guardian, Independent and others. Find him @richardsudan.

What’s good for Nazis and their white-power enablers should be good for Americans and theirs

September 22, 2022 /

Unlike Emmett Till, Carolyn Bryant Donham is alive.

Police killed yet another Black man, yet the US claims the right to speak on the rule of law

September 1, 2022 /

Is Jayland Walker’s death a crime against humanity?

The color of migration policy around the world

July 25, 2022 /

In short, the fairer you are, the better off you’ll be.

Mass shootings seem to be an American phenomenon

June 28, 2022 /

It’s not hard to join the dots. 

Who polices the police?

June 2, 2022 /

A former FBI agent could be complicit in Payton Gendron’s murder spree. That shows that fighting white supremacy is a top priority.

ICE is spying on US citizens

May 25, 2022 /

Explosive new report details the agency’s data dragnet.

After TV reporter’s shooting death, promise of investigation of Israel by Israel for Israel

May 18, 2022 /

Why no one is ever held to account.

Will the new anti-lynching law stop cops from lynching Black people? Don’t count on it

May 12, 2022 /

Police are the greatest source of anti-Black violence.

Biden pledged to take 100,000 blond, blue-eyed Ukrainians, a slap in the face to the 30,000 Black Haitians deported last year

April 4, 2022 /

It’s shameful.

Like Epstein, Andrew escapes justice

March 29, 2022 /

With a $15.7M settlement to avoid defending himself in civil court, the prince sorta kinda admits to abusing teenaged Virginia Giuffre.