The appearance has changed, but the hatred and fear underscoring domestic terrorism in the United States has remained the same from the Civil Rights Era to today. What can the 1963 16th Street Baptist Church bombing teach us about modern-day domestic terrorism in America? Featuring: Former US Senator to Alabama Doug Jones, Lawyer and Civil Rights Jury Consultant Andrew Sheldon, and Lisa S. McNair, social justice advocate and sister to 16th Street bombing victim, Denise McNair. A collaboration between Mississippi Center for Investigative Reporting and NYU Journalism’s Pavement Pieces.
The Museum at FIT exhibits hip-hop fashion
New York is the birthplace of many trends, especially in fashion. One of these trends is celebrating its 50th anniversary […]