Like so many other initiatives of the tea party-infused Republican right, the push to leave - and even destroy - the Human Rights Council is wrong.
This eight-year project is one of the most thought-provoking and stimulating intellectual exercises ever recorded on film.
As readers may have noticed, I haven't written an article in the last few months. I've been fully occupied with a condition that comes with life - its passing.
Proclaiming that "all men are born free and equal" and that government of the people arises from the citizens themselves, rather than from any "divine right," the French Revolution began a new era in human history.
Orlando Zapata Tamayo died of respiratory failure in a Cuban hospital on February 23 after an 83 day hunger strike
Right to life is not meant only for the unborn, but, instead, for a person's entire lifetime.
Many celebrated in August the founding of the Young Lords Party in New York. But the Young Lords started in Chicago. The following is a brief history of that time and place.