"Humanists understand that this is the only life we have, and this planet is the only place we have to live it."
July 14th is Bastille Day, the holiday commemorating the fall of the Bastille prison at the beginning of the French Revolution in 1789.
In a time when demagogues try to convince us that America needs to be "great again," Hughes reminds us of the dream of what America could be.
In the waning days of the Vietnam War, democracy itself seemed to have ground to a halt. A newly re-staged play delves into that period.
On this series, many of our questions to be answered next year and many new ones to be posed.
Viewers spent some uncomfortable time in character Elizabeth Jennings' shoes.
Being a member of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union wasn't just an honor; it required strict discipline and moral obligations.
It's a product of the post-World War I Expressionist school, with exaggerated characters, writ in bold strokes, often with harsh, mordant commentary.
Steve Cushion's new book shows that there was more to Cuba's revolution than the romantic tale of a few warriors in the mountains.
This article is an excerpt from the upcoming autobiography of former People's World editor Tim Wheeler.