To create real security, we must slash the Pentagon budget and invest in meeting everyone’s basic human needs.
We are all your children
If you hear us, join us now
We’re gonna strike because the waters are rising
We’re gonna strike because our people are dying
We’re gonna strike for life and everything we love
A Christian looks at Donald Trump.
They killed you in Memphis on a Thursday.
On a balcony with your friends
You held your hands on the railing
And looked over the long field
Into the next life.
Iconic entertainer of the Jazz Age, famous for her risqué performances, Josephine Baker responded to the start of World War II by becoming a spy for the French Resistance. Known as the “Creole Goddess” of France, Baker used her celebrity to gain access to high-ranking Axis officials.
Everything Mary Savage did in the hours after the attack was dissected on the witness stand, an experience so upsetting she vomited. But years later, she finds comfort knowing her testimony led to his conviction.
man mowing the lawn across the way from me
don’t you see the young girls walking down the sidewalks now
with knives in their purses?
Israeli soldiers shot and killed at point-blank range Iyad Khairi Halak, a severely autistic, 32-year-old Palestinian man as he cowered on the ground, bleeding, terrified and uncomprehending, behind garbage cans.
Police unions and minorities should be allies in the battle to reduce economic inequality.
Lawmakers across the country are proposing policy measures to cut or loosen ties to traditional policing.
The pressure to re-open America is being pressed by the extreme right. It represents an open declaration that the pursuit of white happiness is an unalienable, unalterable right.
The American Place Theatre – Literature to Life Stage Presentation of Black Boy by Richard Wright.
I could feel the rage building as I saw the nation writhe, then uncoil its wrath and take to the streets. I was demoralized to realize that my whole life had been lived in the twisted emotions of a country poisoned to its soul with racist hatred.
In 1971 I’m
thirteen years old
watching a big
Vietnam war protest