From Stonewall to an openly gay presidential candidate
50 years after a police raid of Stonewall Inn ushered in the modern LGBTQ rights movement, author Charles Kaiser reflects on how the movement has developed over the years.
Voices: Passing the baton
Civil rights veterans welcome young activists to a lifetime of service, sharing lessons and struggles, and seeing how the next generation will shape and redefine what it means to keep the legacy alive.
Voices: The power of nonviolent resistance
A clash between a longtime civil rights activist and a leader from a younger generation kicks off a discussion of the most effective path to change and the journeys that brought civil rights leaders to their belief in nonviolence.
Voices: How music propelled the civil rights movement
“Without songs, we couldn't have had a movement.”
How segregationist George Wallace became a model for racial reconciliation
"Sometimes we have to remember we're all human beings."