by Norman Hill and Velma Murphy Hill
"More than a year into a national reckoning over racism, two heroes in the struggle for racial justice have received little national attention. A. Philip Randolph and Bayard Rustin were mentor and student, friends and colleagues—eventually, their relationship was like father and son."
SOURCE: Lapham's Quarterly
by Peniel E. Joseph
Racial apartheid’s grip on American democracy, argued King, corrupted the nation in war and peace.
SOURCE: The Nation
by The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove
America is not in trouble because people are not praying; we face an exacerbated public health crisis because this administration has spent more time preying on the most vulnerable than lifting all people.
SOURCE: Black Perspectives
by Justin Rose
“I’d like somebody to mention that day that Martin Luther King, Jr., tried to give his life serving others…I want you to say that I tried to love and serve humanity.”
by Mike McQuillan
A unique New York City school sends teens citywide seeking answers to questions involving social justice issues.
by Martin Halpern
They still contain great ideas for social justice.
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