Topic: Medgar Evers
Fifty years ago, black Americans -- and many whites as well -- descended on Washington, D.C., to insist on one simple thing: that the United States keep its word that "all men are created equal." Fifty years later, progress on equal rights has been realized in some ways, but it remains a dream in others.
A young white woman kicks up a storm when she decides to interview the black maids in her Mississippi town.
09/05/2010 07:05 am
The history of the civil rights movement contains enough episodes of segregationist violence to support the hypothesis that Title II reduced coercive limitations of the right of association.
05/28/2010 10:40 am
Probably best known for her version of the song 'Stormy Weather,' legendary singer, movie actress and activist Lena Horne has passed away.
05/10/2010 03:51 pm
A young white woman decides to interview the black maids in her hometown.
03/04/2009 12:00 am