An IPS and DC Community Cinema preview about Whitney Young’s Fight for Civil Rights, one of the most celebrated — and controversial — leaders of the civil rights era.
An IPS and DC Community Cinema preview about the Barefoot College, where rural women around the world, are trained to become solar engineers so that they can bring electricity back to their homes.
Opponents of black voter registration have always claimed they were protecting democracy.
Join five outstanding leaders of movements in the 1960s, Bernice Johnson Reagon, Arthur Waskow, and Nelson and Joyce Johnson representing the U.S. National Council of Elders, discuss the launch of the Greensboro Declartation.
The most salient connection between progressive politics and art is imagination.