A typical raid of a gay bar in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village in 1969 led to an atypical response. The patrons fought back.

A podcast series collecting memories from the past and lessons for the future.

“They're doing it, and they're making all the mistakes, and they're doing it right.”

It's not as easy as civil rights activists made it look. Even MLK struggled with the concept of nonviolence.

“Without songs, we couldn't have had a movement.”

"He was the epitome of the legacy of a slave master, and this man kept my people down."

“The movement never would have happened had it not been for these heroic women.”

“Everything went wrong in Selma. But what we thought was wrong turned out to be the right thing.”

“The Letter from Birmingham Jail became immortal from this combination of very odd circumstances.”

"What happened with all that hatred: It was intended to destroy us."

“Shelby was one of the worst court decisions ever rendered.”

The new chair of the Congressional Black Caucus believes Trump's emergency declaration will lose in the courts.

Donna Brazile, Yolanda Caraway, Leah Daughtry and Minyon Moore talk about their new book, "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Politics."

He could become only the second African American governor of Virginia.

"If it weren't for Ferguson, we would be having a different public conversation about the role of the misdemeanor system."