A Dream Diluted and Distorted
THE HISTORIES WE GET
The Political Uses and Misuses of Civil Rights History and Memorialization in the Present
THE HISTORIES WE NEED
The Long Movement Outside the South: Fighting for School Desegregation in the “Liberal” North
Revisiting the Uprisings of the 1960s and the Long History of Injustice and Struggle That Preceded Them
Beyond the Redneck: Polite Racism and the “White Moderate”
The Media Was Often an Obstacle to the Struggle for Racial Justice
Beyond a Bus Seat: The Movement Pressed for Desegregation, Criminal Justice, Economic Justice, and Global Justice
The Great Man View of History, Part I: Where Are the Young People?
The Great Man View of History, Part II: Where Are the Women?
Extremists, Troublemakers, and National Security Threats: The Public Demonization of Rebels, the Toll It Took, and Government Repression of the Movement
Learning to Play on Locked Pianos: The Movement Was Persevering, Organized, Disruptive, and Disparaged, and Other Lessons from the Montgomery Bus Boycott
A History for a Better World