Making History at W&L

The President of W&L made national headlines yesterday with an historic announcement regarding the display of Confederate regalia on campus.

Douglas Blackmon Jul02

Douglas Blackmon

Pulitzer Prize winning author and historian Douglas Blackmon marks the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Pippa Holloway

Historian Pippa Holloway discusses her new book, Living in Infamy.

Kathleen Flake

Professor of Religious Studies at UVA, Kathleen Flake discusses the recent excommunication of Kate Kelly from the Mormon Church.

Sean O’Brien

Executive VP and CEO of James Madison’s Montpelier, Sean O’Brien shares his take on the alarming news coming out of Egypt regarding death sentences for those protesting the government.

John Whitehead

John joins Coy to talk about his award-winning book, A Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State.

John Whitehead

John discusses the Freedom Act, NSA, Google, privacy laws, and more.

Thomas Frank

Best-selling author Tom Frank discusses government-sponsored public prayer at government meetings.

John Whitehead

John discusses the recent decision by the Supreme Court not to hear an appeal regarding “indefinite detention.”

Daniel Abrahamson Apr17

Daniel Abrahamson

Daniel and Coy discuss “cruel and unusual punishment” and the 8th Amendment after a Louisiana man was imprisoned for over a decade after found with the equivalent of two marijuana cigarettes.

Brandon Garrett

Brandon discusses a proposed Justice Commission here in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

John Whitehead

John shares his perspective on the recent Supreme Court decision in McCutcheon vs. FEC.

Arizona Politics Feb26

Arizona Politics

Should Americans be allowed to discriminate against gays and lesbians in the name of religious liberty?

Herring on Equality Feb14

Herring on Equality

Herring reacts to yesterday historic announcement from the U.S. District Court in Norfolk that Virginia’s ban on same-sex marriages and civil unions is unconstitutional.

Equal Time Feb10

Equal Time

UVA Professor of Media Studies Aniko Bodroghkozy explores the role of television in the Civil Rights movement.

ICTV with Coy Barefoot Oct27

ICTV with Coy Barefoot

October 27, 2013 guests include Albemarle County Board of Supervisors candidate Brad Sheffield; “100 Things To Do Before You Die” author Marijean Jaggers; and Zan Tewksbury, Manager of Charlottesville’s new Office Human Rights.

ICTV with Coy Barefoot Oct20

ICTV with Coy Barefoot

October 20, 2013 guests included GOP candidate for Attorney General Mark Obenshain; Charlottesville architect Jim Rounsevell; and Civil Rights pioneer Charles Alexander.

March Memories Aug28

March Memories

Daily Kos blogger Ken Bernstein shares his memories from participating in the historic March on Washington, 50 years ago today.

March for Jobs Aug28

March for Jobs

The March on Washington, 50 years ago today, was as much about job opportunities for people of color as it was civil rights. Now 50 years later, how do we measure up to Martin Luther King’s economic dream?

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We Are There: The Legacy of the March...

Fifty years ago today men, women and children of all colors and backgrounds marched on Washington to say enough is enough. The malignant conspiracies of discrimination among the most powerful against the poor and people of color had for far too long prevented our nation from realizing its greatest potential. They spoke truth to power. They had the courage to push back. And history was on their side.