Thousands of people marched for a more just society and to confront the face of bigotry and classism: the Republican front runner for president, Donald Trump.
It's often forgotten, but May Day, the original, real, workers' holiday, originated in the U.S.
On March 5, Donald Trump continued his increasingly vulgar campaign with a stop at the University of Central Florida's CFE Arena.
Featuring a network of young leaders, use of technology, and a focus on system-wide change, the Movement for Black Lives represents a politically important moment in civil rights organizing.
Participants came not only to celebrate the life of Dr. King, but also to commit to building a more just and inclusive society.
Expressing solidarity with Muslims under attack, he declared, "If any mother has to fear for her child going to school, our community has failed."
Twenty thousand people came together on a bridge in Charleston, marching in the name of love and unity against racist violence that took the lives of nine people in a historic black church. .
Walmart employees' fight for justice and an end to retaliation reached a new level on Friday, with an estimated 1,600 actions and strikes.
The crowd was greeted by colorful signs and banners announcing the arrival and one-day performance of what demonstrators called the "Injustice Freak Show."
Moral Monday has staged "March to the Polls" and "Souls to the Polls" to early voting polling places across the state.