Separate, But Equal: Rare Images from Segregated South
Despite the hardships imposed by segregation in the Deep South, the vibrant African American heritage displayed in this film reveals a little known black middle class community in Mississippi. Photographer H.C. Anderson captured it all as his neighbors lived their lives separately but -- in many ways -- equally.
Civil rights leader Ruby Bridges remembers integrating the New Orleans school system in 1960 and the lessons of racial justice that her teacher and Dr. King taught. She urges Americans to honor Dr. King's legacy of service by volunteering on MLK Day.
Selma 50 Years Later: Lynda Lowery Worries Over Legacy
On Saturday, March 7th, thousands of people will commemorate the 50th anniversary of "Bloody Sunday," including Lynda Blackmon Lowery, one of the youngest people to march for civil rights from Selma, Alabama to Montgomery.
Family Reflects on Maryland Civil Rights Leader's Life
Black History Month this year is especially poignant as it marks the 50th anniversary of the historic civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, a march in which one local leader participated.