It’s been 65 years since President Truman desegregated the military. Rawn James Jr. turns back the historical clock with The Cycle hosts to remind us that the military has also been a place where people fought for equality.
"Almost 50 years since their deaths, the House plans to vote Wednesday to award the Congressional Gold Medal to four young girls killed in the 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Ala., a seminal moment in the civil rights movement," the Washington Post reports. Rep. Terri S
Rev. Al Sharpton talks about the continued importance of the civil rights movement – including the Voting Rights Act – and why we shouldn’t forget the sacrifice of civil rights leaders despite the progress society has made so far.