A mob sporting BLM flags invaded the Capitol yesterday, breaking windows and doors to gain access to the House and the Senate chambers, the Rotunda and congressional offices. It appears that they had been summoned to Washington from around the nation by Black revolutionaries. President Trump, calling the mob’s activities “sedition,” vowed to quickly put down this violation of the greatness that is America. Sedition is defined as “conduct or speech inciting people to rebel against ...
- January 18, 2021Martin Luther King, Jr.'s True Legacy
- May 6, 2015We've reached a point in history where we have the need, opportunity and energy to create an economy that works for our families — now we need to act!
- March 9, 2015President Obama and hundreds of politicians marched in Selma this weekend. Will the experience convince more members of Congress to support the Voting Rights Amendment Act?
- March 6, 2015The future of this nation will depend on all Americans having, and using, their fair say at the ballot.
- February 15, 2015During Black History Month, we honor those whose contributions to our nation and world seem incalculable. But instead of setting them apart, let's learn from their example.
- August 22, 2014Because of the persistence of racism and a relaxation of the fight against it, we are moving backwards. Ferguson is just the latest illustration.
- January 20, 2014Nearly 50 years after his death it is King's words and deeds that live on in the American memory -- not that of the racists who hated him or the Black Power advocates who scorned him.
- January 15, 2013In this 2010 Moyers Moment, two civil rights experts imagine what Martin Luther King, Jr. would think of the current state of American poverty and justice.