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Barbara Ransby

A Puerto Rican woman from a poor neighborhood in the South Bronx should bring her unique experiences and sympathies with her to positions of power. Read more

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On the 40th anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., we would do well to remember an observation by the civil-rights organizer Ella Baker: “Martin didn't make the movement, the movement made Martin.” Read more

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Coretta Scott King, who died on Jan. 31, will perhaps forever be known as the widow of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. But there was much more to Coretta King than that. Read more

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The death of civil rights legend Rosa Parks is an occasion for our nation to look back on her legacy. Read more

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The new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ruling will make it easier for a handful of media moguls to control most of the news and entertainment we experience. Read more

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