A rabbi sees parallels between the Civil Rights Movement and The Exodus of the Hebrew people.
On April 4, 1968, the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated. Those who walked with him remember.
A young adult missionary serving in Detroit reflects on the Civil Rights Movement … past and present.
A panel discusses the past and “really weird now” on the way to real equality and real economic justice.
Diane Johnson grew up in Detroit during the civil rights era. She now supports young activists.
The Rev. Gilbert Caldwell aims to keep the Civil Rights Movement alive for the next generation.
United Methodists who knew the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. describe how he changed their lives.
Civil Rights leader Rev. James Lawson continues to dream and to encourage action toward a nonviolent nation.