In the News

The New Yorker —

A visit to Montgomery’s Legacy Museum

Article co-written by Allyson Hobbs, associate professor of history, talks about the Equal Justice Initiative's Legacy Museum, which documented 4,075 lynchings in 12 states between 1877 and 1950, a number far greater than scholars had previously counted.

KQED —

Train Mommy

Article talks about how Stanford public transit and a Stanford commuter helped a mother and daughter figure out the safest way to commute to and from school every day.