by Dan Berger
While the movement is popularly associated with anger, love was the emotional force that enabled activists to struggle for justice against powerful opposition.
SOURCE: New York Review of Books
by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor
While Davis was acquitted of murder charges in a highly politicized case 50 years ago, her influence on contemporary protest movements has never been higher.
Although it is often linked to the rise of Black Power movements in the late 1960s, evidence shows that state authorities were working to eliminate civil rights organizing among Black prisoners as early as the 1950s.