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Yet Fr. Martin, who warns racists of the real danger to their eternal souls, has not and apparently will not utter warnings about the grave dangers (spiritual, surely, but also physical, emotional, and psychological) of homosexual acts and relationships. As Dr. Eduardo Echeverria observed in his CWR review of Fr. Martin’s best-selling book

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These students at UCSD are almost taking a supremacist pride in assaulting the dignity of others, and their animus toward the black students seems to rise with every protest against their pathetic behavior. Nor do they want to seem to co-exist in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment of higher learning. Higher education should be a safe heaven against such racist ethos, not be a perpetuator of it. It is time the Regents become intolerant of this behavior. Free speech is only protected speech if it doesn’t assault others. Hate speech is not protected under free speech and satiric speech that causes violence isn’t protected either (prior restraint). It’s time to call for suspensions and expulsions of students that want to continue their racist behavior. Or call for the Regents to cut back on UCSD’s state funding until they resolve the problem.

He was known for directing 'The Spy Who Loved Me'

An earlier version of this article misidentified a cast member of “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.” He is Elijah Wood, not Orlando Bloom.

Honoring the Life and Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Vigil for Peace and Justice April 4, 2017

Morehouse Opens King Papers - GPB News

Sociologist Michael Gould-Wartofsky examines the politics of riot and repression in 21st century America, from the weapons of counter-terrorism now being used to silence political dissent, to the narratives used by both the right and liberals to excuse their failures to address systematic poverty.

'When it came out and I heard about it, I wanted to kill him'

Mr. Yang, who worked in the tech industry in Seattle before returning home to take up filmmaking, was one of the principal figures – along with Hou Hsiao-hsien and Tsai Ming-liang – in the New Taiwan cinema of the 1990s. “Yi Yi” was his first film to be released in the United States and also, tragically, the last film he completed before . It’s an excellent introduction to a remarkable body of work and also a movie that repays close attention and repeated viewing.

King Legacy Scholars and Bayard Rustin Scholars

Dargis and Scott More than any other studio or individual filmmaker in the 21st century, Pixar Animation Studios has upheld the venerable ideal of making movies for everyone. And everyone, it seems, has a different favorite Pixar movie. On Facebook, we asked our readers to choose theirs, and it felt a little like asking them to declare which of their friends, siblings, children or toys they loved most. We were dealing with strong emotions and agonizing decisions.

Evening was slightly marred by technical issues which put the first two acts on the back foot

Article from "The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education"

We went with the drama “” because … because of the cat. Because of the sly circularity of the story. Because of the soundtrack. Because of Oscar Isaac’s sad eyes and capable finger-picking. If we misjudged or screwed up, fine. That’s just what people in Coen brothers movies tend to do.

Artwork reappears after going missing nine years ago while on display at a museum in Marseilles

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Legacy Scholars Program

At the time, people of Britain welcomed the immigrants from the various parts of the British Empire and they were glad to see that the people who helped them defeat Germany were being rewarded in a way ...

Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Lecture Series An Evening with Benjamin Todd Jealous

From the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators

The action circulates through the high-rises and busy streets of Taipei, interrupted by a trip to Tokyo. To invoke the cliché that the cities themselves are characters in the films would be to understate their significance. The character of modern cities – spaces of loneliness and intimacy, where the shiny global future rests on a buried bedrock of local tradition – is among Mr. Yang’s main themes. And few artists in any medium have matched his ability to examine contemporary urban life from all sides. The title of this movie is translated as “a one and a two.” It keeps on going to infinity.