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Jackie Ormes

Jackie Ormes

Jackie Ormes was the First African American Woman Cartoonist. Ormes’s cartoon characters--Torchy Brown, Candy, Patty-Jo, and Ginger--delighted readers of African American newspapers, such as the Chicago Defender and Pittsburgh Courier between

A photo of civil rights advocates picketing next to the American Nazi Party puts our country's current politics into sharp relief.

In Case You Forgot, This Is What The Fight For Civil Rights Looked Like

A photo of civil rights advocates picketing next to the American Nazi Party puts our country's current politics into sharp relief.

Five ways to build on the momentum of the Bernie Sanders campaign and transform American politics in ways his supporters envisioned.

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Blase Cupich, who has been called America’s Pope Francis, has just been given a powerful new position in Rome. Can he keep his own city from being destroyed by gun violence?

This Cardinal Is Trying to Save Chicago

Blase Cupich, who has been called America’s Pope Francis, has just been given a powerful new position in Rome. Can he keep his own city from being destroyed by gun violence?

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The case against big data: “It’s like you’re being put into a cult, but you don’t actually believe in it”

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A century ago, millions of Americans banded together in defense of white, Christian America and traditional morality—and most of their compatriots turned a blind eye to the Ku Klux Klan.

When Bigotry Paraded Through the Streets

A century ago, millions of Americans banded together in defense of white, Christian America and traditional morality—and most of their compatriots turned a blind eye to the Ku Klux Klan.

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