Tag: martin luther king
Ariel Dorfman: A Time for Creative SufferingAugust 2013
Martin Luther King’s words in a surveillance world.
Lewis Black: A Tiny Part of Something HugeAugust 2013
The author and comedian remembers attending the 1963 March on Washington, and feeling a movement converge.
Ira Chernus: Political Dreaming in the 21st CenturyJuly 2013
As the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr’s famed speech approaches, give in to the power of dreaming and “the fierce urgency of now.”
On the Fly: Belva DavisAugust 2011
Broadcast journalist Belva Davis on her family’s move from Louisiana to Oakland, California, her new memoir, and becoming the first female African American television reporter on the West Coast.