Is this the next step in the civil rights movement, or is it the newest stage of the sexual revolution. If you say the civil rights movement was a bad thing, this probably is not socially acceptable. If you say the sexual revolutionShow More Summary
Join Nelson McCausland, Austin Currie, Erskine Holmes and other guests to be confirmed as they reflect on the anniversary of the NI Civil Rights Movement. The chair for the evening will be Allison Morris, from the Irish News. On theShow More Summary
The cast of A Wrinkle In Time probably didn’t think they’d be asked about the cultural aftermath of the Parkland, Florida school shooting when they agreed to do press for the film, but unfortunately, such are the times we live in. While doing an Associated Press interview about her role ... More »
THE BLACK-FACED PROGRESSIVE ACTIVIST MOVEMENT FOR JUSTICE (and yearly recreation / cookouts) THE 1946 'MOORES FORD BRIDGE' LYNCHING "No one should sleep comfortably knowing that they have committed a CIVIL RIGHTS homicide and have gotten...Show More Summary
Billy Graham, the firebrand evangelical who helped usher in the rise of the evangelical right, is dead at 99. Graham is getting tributes from all corners right now. And he deserves praise for supporting the civil rights movement, supporting Nelson Mandela during his imprisonment and embracing...
Civil rights leader Malcolm X was assassinated in New York on February 21, 1965. This is his story.
History’s most important civil rights movements have been shaped by students; #NeverAgain is no different.
“But the civil rights movement didn’t stop in Selma.” In a follow-up to March, his award-winning graphic novel trilogy, Congressman John Lewis will have a new series published later this year by Abrams ComicArt, according to Time. Run,...Show More Summary
In Barbara Reynolds' 2017 book, we learn about Mrs. King’s youth in the Jim Crow South, and her contributions to the civil rights movement.
Solo. A Star Wars Story casts a surprising addition. Tessa Thompson still has hopes for an all-female Marvel team up movie. The LEGO Movie spinoff has lost its director. Plus, a familiar face is returning to Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash takes on a golden age comics villain, and a new look at The X-Files' return. Spoilers now! More »
Photographer and multimedia artist Bruce Johnson was familiar with the history of the Civil Rights Movement, but when a fellow artist told him that the mugshots of protesters were available online, his relationship with history changed. Johnson, who was born in Venezuela but calls Atlanta home, was moved by the images and questioned what each...
The beloved classic tackles race relations during the 1960s civil rights movement.
The shootings occurred two years before the deaths of students at Kent State University, but remain a little-known incident in the Civil Rights Movement
With sympathy and observing distance, the photographer couple Pirkle Jones and Ruth-Marion Baruch captured the 1960s in San Francisco, when the Black Panthers emerged from the civil rights movement and hippies experimented with new forms of living and working in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood. Show More Summary
Eamonn is getting a bit of stick for publishing Declan Kearney’s rather, erm, ambitious claims that Sinn Fein was an inspiration for the NI Civil Rights movement. Truth is you have to publish unconventional views help break conventional thinking. Show More Summary
While we were busy buzzing about Marvel's big Black Panther debut yesterday, an interesting story came out. Before he went on to make Blade, Wesley Snipes campaigned long and hard to get the ball rolling on a live-action Black Panther adaptation in which he would have starred. Show More Summary
The groundbreaking journalist helped cover the civil rights movement and forced the nation to see the horrors of segregation.
“When They Call You a Terrorist,” a memoir by Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors, and “A More Beautiful and Terrible History,” by the historian Jeanne Theoharis, offer insights about the civil rights movement past and present.
Black Woman Got Punched 5 Times In The Face At The 'Target' In Buckhead BLACK WOMAN SAYS THAT WHILE SHE IS APPRECIATIVE OF THE 'CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT' FOR ALLOWING HER TO SHOP AT AN ELITE WHITE SHOPPING CENTER.....TODAY'S CIVIL RIGHTS...Show More Summary
A theme of a New York Times article on the nomination of Kenneth Marcus to be civil rights director in the Education Department is that the BDS movement against Israel pits "Jews" on the nation's campuses against "students of color." But there are many Jews who support BDS, who are invisible here; while Zionism is conflated with Judaism.