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


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

“I Don’t See Race.”

It is how we see race and not whether we see it that is the issue. Read More »

Movie Review: Runaway Slave – 2012 Style

“Martin had a dream. Jesse has a scheme.” – C.L. Bryant Read More »

Out of Deep Love: The Lessons of Martin Luther King Jr.

Willingness to pursue justice in the spirit and language of love distinguishes the Martin Luther King Jr.'s of the world. Read More »

Book Review: The Witness Tree: The Story of Hattie Plain by Peter Tyner

A disturbing fictional exploration of events from America's black history. Read More »

Wisconsin: A Lesson of Democracy in Action

Or, Was Madison Really Just an Object Lesson in Union and Liberal-Progressive Thugocracy Read More »

Assassination and the Second Amendment

Television has become the dominant news medium, following from the live televised assassination of Lee Harvey Oswald. Read More »

Book Review: A Renegade History of the United States by Thaddeus Russell

Renegade: an individual who rejects lawful or conventional behavior. Read More »

Book Review Hardball By Sara Paretsky

V.I. Warshawsky returns to sleuthing in Paretsky's mystery set at the time of Martin Luther King riots. Read More »

Quantum of Solace: The Making of Modern Consciousness, Part III

Our future is far from certain. Will we succumb to the exigencies of the moment or rise above? The human spirit is beckoning. Read More »