Tag Archives: Civil Rights Movement
Victims of 1963 Birmingham bombing awarded 50 years later.
As a result of the passage of this bill, the Secretary of the Treasury and…
By Sheiresa Ngo
The 50th Anniversary March on Washington is an opportunity to begin paving a way to freedom and equality for the “least of these” of black America.
The 50th anniversary of the March on Washington is an opportunity to refocus the civil…
By Earl G. Graves, Sr.
The bombing ignited the Civil Rights movement
Congress considering Congressional Medal for 1963 Alabama church bombing victims
By Makkada B. Selah
St. Louis native was a civil rights activist who led Atlanta Life Insurance Co.
Mr. Hill died Monday at age 86.
By Darren Sands
Guyot fought racism with Fannie Lou Hamer and Medgar Evars
May he rest in peace.
By Laurence Afums
Works feature infamous mugshots of Civil Rights activists
Artist Charlotta Janssen’s “Freedom Riders” exhibit pays homage to slain Civil Rights activists.
Raynard Jackson takes a critical look at why Obama’s rise was historic, but not transformational for the Black community
Before Barack Obama there was Jesse Jackson. Here’s a look at the lasting impact Jesse…
By Raynard Jackson
Exploring the paralleles between two of America's most racially divided cases
After the shooting death of Trayvon martin George Zimmerman has become more hated than OJ…
By Chloe Hilliard
From Malcolm X to Tina Turner, we highlight top moments in a media legend's career
From Malcolm X to Tina Turner, Mike Wallace–who died April 7— has had a stellar…