Tag: Martin Luther King Jr.
In a recently unearthed recording of a mid-1980s interview, he shares his thoughts on the importance of being openly gay
10 years before the Stonewall uprising, Martin Luther King Jr. gave advice to a scared, closeted teen… but was it good advice?
This short essay about the dangers of hate appeared in a comic book during the peak of the Civil Rights Movement
The Department of Health and Human Services will open a Conscience and Religious Freedom Division within its existing civil rights office.
A Texas MLK Day parade will honor the state’s Governor Greg Abbott, a man who supports discriminatory policies against poor people of color and queers
On this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, celebrate the openly gay man who provided the venue for Dr. King to give his famous “I Have A Dream” speech.
We’re happy that Harriet Tubman will soon be gracing our $20 bills, but here’s 4 other reasons we’re excited
Conservative politicians are threatening to shut down the government over Planned Parenthood, but all their talking points are a bunch of hot air. Come see!
Shocking no one, Justice Scalia was on the wrong side of today’s Marriage Equality vote. But does he even realize he’s the bad guy? Has he watched movies?