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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- How Jewish History and the Holocaust Fueled Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Quest for Justice
- Princeton Admitted Past Racism. Now It Is Under Investigation.
- How Jimi Hendrix’s London Years Changed Music
- Presidential Campaigns are Almost Always about the Future. In 2020, the Candidates Cannot Stop Talking about the Past
- 52 Years Ago, Thelonious Monk Played a High School. Now Everyone Can Hear It.
- From MLK to Whistleblowers, the FBI’s Trouble with Dissidents
- If the Electoral College is a Racist Relic, Why has it Endured? (podcast)
- It’s the 100th Anniversary of the Wall Street Bombing
- Ed Bearss, Past Chief Historian Of National Park Service, Dies At 97