How the Greensboro sit-in ignited a social revolution

For us black high school students in the 1950s, it seemed like black people were always the victims. Greensboro was different.




Setting the record straight for Emmett Till

A review of "Simeon's Story, An Eyewitness Account of the Kidnapping of Emmett Till" and an interview with the author, Simeon Wright.

James and Esther Jackson and the long civil rights revolution

A celebration this week recognized the contribution of the Jacksons and the Communist Party in the struggle for African American freedom, and welcomed the new book "Red Activists and Black Freedom."

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