The constitutional scholar and author of 'The Bill of Rights: A User's Guide' reflects on the legacy of Fannie Lou Hamer and the way social movements of today reflect the history—and necessity—of civic activism.
Organizers and participants reflect on the most important protest since the election with #6MonthsSinceWomensMarch.
Yes, there actually is. Which is why we have to rally ourselves to pick up the phones and take to the streets.
Sometimes the only thing more discouraging than our newsfeeds is the countless opinion essays enumerating the ways in which we are doomed.
Administration officials say that the unconstitutional ban only applies for 90 days. Which is just enough time to ensure a full shutdown for these seven Muslim nations.
The Women's March was the first big step in the resistance. But, as this writer learned from protesting with Army vets at the DAPL, to fight the power we need to sacrifice more than a Saturday.
So many pink hats, pithy signs, and good intentions. But our columnist isn't so sure that it can be parlayed into an effective resistance movement when facing a demagogue like Trump.
We may not be in power in the government. But that doesn't mean we're powerless.
What's really behind the backlash to Queen Bey's Super Bowl performance
The protests at Mizzou and Yale are proof that America's college campuses don't intend to achieve real diversity.