AJ Springer offers his thoughts on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and how aspects of his legacy are being tarnished.
Bayard Rustin was a key advisor to Dr. King. Widely credited for the pacifist strategies of the movement, Rustin was a gay man who, had he not been shamed and shunned, could have been at the forefront of both black and LGBT civil rights.
How can you fight back against discriminatory voter registration laws? Demand an Election Day Holiday!
Steve Dustcircle used to enjoy watching sports, but he’s not a sports fan any more. It’s not because his teams are losing, it’s because he listened to his conscience.
To combat racism and heal society we must first be able to talk about it. Until then, nothing will change.
Curious how what is happening at Mizzou and other campuses relates to the bigger, historical context? Marshall Ganz helps break it down.
There were huge ways that LGBT people made gains this year. Alex Temblador counts them out. — January 4, 2015 Austria allows same-sex couples to adopt. January 20, 2015 President Obama uses the word “transgender” in a State of the Union address, the first for any U.S. president. January 21, 2015 Israel now allows transgender […]
The presence of social movements are becoming more and more common in America, thus students, guided by instructors, should immerse themselves into the happenings to better understand the tensions which catalyze protests, the activists who organize them, and the bureaucrats who oversee it all.
Mainstream media’s absence from Minister Farrakhan’s speech in Philadelphia was noticeable, and it follows a disturbing pattern.
Minister Louis Farrakhan outlined his theory of change to Philadelphians, the largest contingent at the ‘Million Man March’ twenty years ago.
The defiant Kentucky clerk is an insubordinate politician at best, and, at worse, a civil rights violator.
The #BlackLivesMatter movement has impacted our news, politics, and society; whether for good or bad is a matter of opinion.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. fought for the fundamentals of man in 1963. Three decades later, Ellen DeGeneres gives a speech that reminds us why they’re still the cornerstones of humanity.