Since April, North Carolina citizens have been gathering at the state capital in Raleigh for "Moral Monday" rallies and acts of civil disobedience to protest the the cruel things Republican legislators are doing to the people of the state.
I got to thinking about the fact that the historic Stock Market Crash of 1929 took place two days before Halloween, ruining the holiday for millions. The Crash was actually a two-day affair, with the market plunging 12.8% on
The Death of Martin Luther King Jr. on this day (April 4th) 1968. A special re-cap of the story by NBC Radio.
As many of you know I've been covering the Occupy Movement since Day 1. I've been to eight Occupy camps in two countries: One raid. One near-arrest. One march on the U.S. Consulate. A couple of barricaded streets. I was at the largest GA the
Newstalgia Reference Room featuring a 1970 interview with Saul Alinsky for Harper's Magazine and their weekly program At Issue, from February 1970. Alinsky discuses the status of the radical movement in the U.S.
Dr. Martin Luther King in a debate with Southern Writer/Editor James J. Kilpatrick on the use of no-violent protest and the Lunchcounter sit-ins, as originally broadcast on The Nation's Future - November 26, 1960.
(Martin Luther King - born 83 years ago) It's always tempting to ponder what the world would have been like had things gone differently. Had Gandhi not been assassinated, had neither Kennedy been assassinated, had Martin Luther King not been