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Crusader Without Violence 60 Years Later

The first biography of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is reissued

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Remembering the Civil Rights Movement

An interview with poet Cheryl Clarke about the 1963 March on Washington

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Why Nationalists Insist on the Gender Binary

The attack on transgender people is part of a bigger plan to reverse gender justice

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The Radical Dissent of Helen Keller

Keller is well known for being blind, but deserves to be heralded for her progressive social vision

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Heroes but Not Saints

How should we judge reformers and radicals who were also racists?

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