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EQUALITY & HUMAN RIGHTS
If you want greater freedom for yourself, you must first confront and seek redemption for the freedom you may have denied others.
EQUALITY & HUMAN RIGHTS
But while the war was over and the Constitution amended, the South’s support of slavery would continue for the next 100 years.
EQUALITY & HUMAN RIGHTS
On April 15, 1947—75 years ago this week—a Black man stepped onto a major league baseball diamond and into history.
EQUALITY & HUMAN RIGHTS
“If you hear the dogs, keep going. If you see the torches in the woods, keep going. If there’s shouting after you, keep going. Don’t ever stop. Keep going. If you want a taste of freedom, keep going.”
EQUALITY & HUMAN RIGHTS
Thirty years is too long, far too long, for the light of truth to shine on gross violations of human rights.
EQUALITY & HUMAN RIGHTS
The largest minority in the world is the female gender.
EQUALITY & HUMAN RIGHTS
The fact is that racism is an ugly undercurrent in our culture—too easy to ignore unless you are one of its victims.
EQUALITY & HUMAN RIGHTS
Acts of racial discrimination diminish freedom—not just for the oppressed, but for all of us.
EQUALITY & HUMAN RIGHTS
St. Patrick first lit the spark that kindled the recognition of all God’s children as deserving of dignity and rights.
EQUALITY & HUMAN RIGHTS
When one thinks of women who pushed the boundaries of civil rights, one seminal figure is rarely mentioned. Her name was Marian Anderson.