Social Reform Heroes: Freedom Riders
Freedom Riders (2010) chronicles the struggle for racial equality in the American interstate transport system during an era of segregation. Groups of black and white civil rights activists took bus trips through the American South in 1961 to protest segregated bus terminals which the previous year were ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.Read more
Stella's Reaction Says It All: The Pictures Work
Original article can be found on the Brephos website
"What are we doing that bothers you?"
This question is put to prisoners of war to find out which activities are actually being effective.
For those whose concern is winning the war, the question is not, "What are we doing that folks back home will understand and appreciate?" The question is not, "What are we doing that those funding us are into?" The question is not, "What are we doing that doesn't provoke too much of a backlash, so that we can live peaceably enough alongside those on the other side - since we can never win anyway?"
The question is: "What are we doing that bothers you?"Read more