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  • Upfront Blog MLK's dream is the American dream

    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.

  • Classic review: The Help

    Classic review: The Help

    A young white woman kicks up a storm when she decides to interview the black maids in her Mississippi town.

  • Why Rand Paul is wrong about Title II

    ThinkMarkets Why Rand Paul is wrong about Title II

    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.

  • Legendary singer and activist Lena Horne passes away

    Legendary singer and activist Lena Horne passes away

    Probably best known for her version of the song 'Stormy Weather,' legendary singer, movie actress and activist Lena Horne has passed away.

  • The Help

    A young white woman decides to interview the black maids in her hometown.