Today on Blogcritics
Home » Tag Archives: civil rights

Tag Archives: civil rights

The Funeral

Birthday celebration

"I'm tired of preaching funeral sermons about dead people who have never lived to dead people who have never lived," said Reverend Ledbetter. Read More »

White Youth Corps Against Bigotry

10013144_644917815580731_1564420784_n

There need to be regiments of young white people coalescing into squadrons of anti-racism reformers to modernize and re-educate white racists. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘March’ Book One by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell

march-book-one

The U.S. congressman and civil rights activist recalls the early days of the movement through a striking graphic novel. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘The Butler’

Field Workers

The Butler follows one man's journey from survival to understanding as he transitions from the cotton field to The White House. Read More »

SOTU: Will Obama Take Responsibility for Drone War Outrage?

What the president wants to talk about tonight is a far cry from the real dangers to this nation which he should face up to. Read More »

Federal Court Blocks Indefinite Military Detention in the NDAA

If they had any shame, after reading the ruling against indefinite military detention in the NDAA, legislators who voted for the bill would resign. Read More »

Book Review: Guest of Honor: Booker T. Washington, Theodore Roosevelt, and the White House Dinner That Shocked a Nation by Deborah Davis

The country woke up to a shock on October 16, 1901 upon the news that President Theodore Roosevelt had invited Booker T. Washington to have dinner with the First Family. Read More »

TV Review: Man Men – “A Little Kiss”

Mad Men's return has some stellar moments ("Zou Bisou Bisou"), but is not as big, story wise, as expected. Read More »

Two Men, One City, and a World of Human Failings

An overlooked perspective on Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman and the spirit of a struggling city. Read More »

Barbara Jordan; A Lady of Firsts: An American Story

Barbara Jordan was not only a public servant, but one who shattered glass ceilings and set the highest of standards. Read More »