History has largely ignored the man who taught nonviolence to Martin Luther King, Jr.
We celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. JJ Vincent has the story a key leader you’ve probably never heard of.
On MLK Day 2014, John Lash asks us to fully realize the profound power of our daily actions both to change ourselves and to change others.
The truths he spoke as a living man don’t necessarily match the narrative that’s been fitted onto him as a dead icon.
Photographer Dick Simon went to Washington to be a witness to the way things have changed in the past 50 years — and some ways they have not. Here are the photos and stories of people he found there.
Frederick Douglas joined fellow black Americans in Emancipation Hall when a 7-foot bronze statue was unveiled earlier this week.
Larchmont Elementary used the time during MLK day and No Name Calling week to talk about civil rights and the great leaders that fought for them.
Kai M. Green insists that too many times, oppressed people use whatever power they have secured to oppress another, instead of using that power to challenge the hierarchal order of things.
Dorothy Cotton said, “It should not be forgotten that change is possible, as painful as it is to remember it. But change is possible.”
“Move down into the inner resources of [your] own soul and sign with pen and ink of self-assertive manhood [your] own Emancipation Proclamation.”
Lynn Biesner insists that the much-needed men’s revolution will first require a re-imagining of our social structure.
Jay Snook reviews Cameron Diaz’s ‘Sex Tape’
What do You do When Someone Dominates the Conversation?
You want to keep your relationship intact? Fall in love with your girlfriend, or wife, everyday.
We all know love makes us crazy. Here are five things we shouldn’t do for love and five things we should.
When these guys get a half-make-over, even they’re surprised at how they respond.
It’s never too late to check out old music. Jesse Kornbluth has some suggestions.
When your last resort is your greatest option. Good men are everywhere, but they tend to blend into the background.
Fatherhood: you’re doing it right.
Sometimes men need to call out other men. Here, Keith Olbermann rails against the NFL.
What you don’t know — and what you think you know — can hurt you, says Dr. Brett Osborn.
This is anything but your average “365 days of … ” project.
Just imagine the number of things that have to go right in order for a hole-in-one to happen.
Charles Orlando calls out the folks who say that some guys are just born cheaters who can’t help themselves.
Thomas Fiffer shares a single, simple pitfall that happy people avoid.
Bob Marrow could not talk about his son’s death for 25 years.