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You Can Now Virtually Visit the Nation’s Major Civil Rights Landmarks

You can now pay a virtual visit to the U.S. Civil Rights Trail (USCRT), which is a collection of places that played a significant role in the civil rights movement. Get the details here.

Angela Davis on the power of protest: ‘We can’t do anything without optimism’ | Civil rights movement | The Guardian

In 1972, the former Black Panther was facing the death penalty. Five decades after the campaign for her release went global, she still believes people are the ‘motors of history’

Dan Rather Interview on Journalism, Politics, Donald Trump, the 2020 Election, and Civil Rights

In a wide-ranging interview, the legendary reporter gives a clinic on journalism, and its intersection with politics, civil rights, and the future of American culture.

Sam Cooke's 'A Change Is Gonna Come' Was a Civil Rights Anthem of Hope

The crux of Regina King’s critically acclaimed new film “One Night in Miami” is the friendship between civil-rights activist Malcolm X and legendary crooner Sam Cooke, and that friendship is tested by a series of explosive – and fictional – verbal throwdowns. Adapted from a play that was loosely based on their real-life friendship (which…

Breakout Brewer: Métier

In the Seattle suburb of Woodinville, the people behind Métier Brewing believe that great beer is a bridge to more equitable, connected communities. This year, they’re taking that mission to the masses.

The civil rights movement, religion, and resistance | OUPblog

An excerpt exploring how the Civil Rights Movement might not have been successful without the spiritual empowerment that arose from the culture developed over two centuries of black American Christianity. In other words, religious impulses derived from black religious traditions made the movement move.

Republican front-runner for North Carolina governor attacked Civil Rights Movement: 'So many freedoms were lost'

North Carolina Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson, the state's first Black lieutenant governor and the GOP front-runner for the 2024 gubernatorial race, repeatedly lambasted the "so-called" 1960s Civil Rights Movement, lamenting that "so many freedoms were lost during the civil rights movement."

The Photo That Changed America's Civil Rights Movement

60 years before the harrowing images of Philando Castile's and Alton Sterling's deaths, one photograph changed America's take on race

Civil Rights Rapes, Washington, USA

Oprah Winfrey received the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the Golden Globes on Sunday and in her passionate acceptance speech, she referenced the late Recy Taylor