Why MLK Encouraged 225,000 Chicago Kids to Cut Class in 1963
'Freedom Day' didn’t succeed, but it made de facto school segregation the talk of Chicago.
How I Came to Protest in Front of the White House I Had Worked In
For one former political operative, the road to the Women's March began with the fierce, in-your-face approach of the National Organization of Women.
For History to Be Written, It Has to Be Made
While it’s measured by the big moments, the truth is, history is made every day—by citizens who recognize that their efforts matter.