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Use this selection of quotes about democracy to prompt reflection on democracy's complex definition.
Read the introduction to Eboo Patel’s new book in which he shares a powerful example of interfaith leadership in a rural Oklahoma community.
Frederick Douglass demands voting rights and civil equality for black Americans in an 1865 speech.
Hurricane Katrina tore through the Gulf Coast region of the U.S. in 2005, putting in stark relief the race and class divide present in America.
Explore the impact and lasting legacy of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Consider the significance of the public burning of books deemed in Nazi Germany in 1933 (Spanish available).
Consider the conflict in eighteenth-century US and France between the Enlightenment ideal of equality and the existence of deep social inequalities like slavery.
Learn how Eleanor Roosevelt came to join the United Nations delegation from the United States.
Historian and activist Rebecca Solnit writes about people’s responses to disasters and the human capacity to do good.
Learn about the 1963 Chicago Public School Boycott, when students demanded better schools for black neighborhoods and equal opportunity for all.