King’s knowledge of Africa evolved slowly and was initially peppered with the usual beliefs of African backwardness.
Death – along with taxes – is one of life’s few certainties. Despite this inevitability, most people dread thinking and talking about when, how or under what conditions they might die.
Respecting our cultural identities is a key factor in building meaningful relationships
After several Democrats suggested immigrants will lift the economy and lower inflation, conservatives responded with anti-immigrant rhetoric
Many Latinos in America denounce being labeled as a collective n a recent article I wrote for Latino Rebels titled, White Latinos Don’t Exist, Wannabes Do, I
(Originally Published on Medium) The current international crisis is mentally taxing for everyone. But those of us with mental health issues are struggling even more.
The recent murders by police of a young Black male and a Latino teenager expose the underbelly of America’s inherent racism
Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.: 5 Things I’ve Learned Curating the MLK Collection at Morehouse College
For the past 11 years, civil rights historian Vicki Crawford has worked as the director of the Morehouse College Martin Luther King Jr. Collection
On Apr. 4, 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee, while assisting striking sanitation workers.
More than 50 years after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., the United States remains divided by issues of race and racism, economic inequality as well as unequal access to justice.
After the attack on the U.S. Capitol, America still refuses to address white supremacy in high-ranking positions of power