Martin Luther King Jr. once said, "Guns are going to be the death of this country." Will we prove him right?
Fifty years after he was taken from us, we're still trying to make his "beloved community" a reality.
The director of Selma has been chosen for an opportunity previously afforded no other woman of color in Hollywood: to direct a blockbuster.
Martin Luther King Jr. was never given the opportunity to be an advocate for his LGBT brothers and sisters, writes Rev. Irene Monroe.
More than 50 years after Bayard Rustin and others picked up the equality mantle, we continue to stand on their shoulders, writes the author of a new book on queer activism.