The late civil rights leader fundamentally believed that “the humanity of all Americans is diminished when any group is denied rights."
It shouldn’t have taken 150 years and the deaths of nine innocent churchgoers for Southern states to renounce the Confederate flag.
The Supreme Court’s affirmation of the right to marry and its rainbow-striped afterglow unleashed conservative tantrums.
We all must build a common understanding of race, become aware of the role we play in upholding systems of oppression, and get comfortable with vulnerability.
Half a century after the Freedom Summer, black Americans face new challenges.
Cliven Bundy and Donald Sterling made it clear that bigotry still flourishes.
Obviously, our work isn't yet done.
A new movement for justice is following in the footsteps of Rosa Parks and other earlier civil rights activists.