As President Obama prepares to visit Selma five decades after 'Bloody Sunday,' how the civil rights struggle has – and hasn't – changed an epicenter of the movement.
There is no difference between what Chief Justice Roy Moore is advocating and what Gov. George Wallace did in 1963 when stood in a doorway to block integration at the University of Alabama. The federal courts, then as now, will prevail.
On Wednesday, the 102nd anniversary of the birth of Rosa Parks, the Library of Congress will open a trove of 7,500 manuscripts and 2,500 photos from her personal collection.
Folk legend Pete Seeger talks about his life in music and social activism – and the power of making millions of small changes.