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Overlooked trailblazer: Before Rosa Parks, Sarah Keys refused to back down

Nearly seven decades after two Black Army women from North Carolina helped end discrimination on interstate buses, the state is recognizing their nearly-forgotten civil rights case.


TEDxGeneva | Celebrating Disability as Part of Human Diversity

A life-long human rights activist, Catalina Devandas will share important lessons she learned about the barriers that she and millions of other persons with disabilities face in their lives.


NPR | It’s Been a Minute: A History of AIDS/HIV Activism

June 2021 marked forty years from the first time the CDC reported on patients with HIV/AIDS in the U.S. In this episode Sam Sanders talks with activists about how LGBTQIA+ Americans got the media and the government to pay attention to the crisis.