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Bill Gates: 'Education may be the hardest civil rights fight of all'
Is he standing all alone when it comes to education reform?
A Night of Storytelling Inspired by 'The Help'
At Moth events across the country, teens share stories of standing up for themselves and others.
Retro Action, June 3, 1956: Santa Cruz Bans Rock-and-Roll, Sparks Protests
'Do One Thing' With A Better Chance
Retro Action, March 18, 2005: Florida Judge Declares Terri Schiavo Free to Go
Lady Gaga: Target Was Born the Wrong Way
Retro Action, March 7, 1997: Want to Fight Smoking in Japan? Start at the Top
Retro Action, March 3, 1991: Rodney King Forgets to Signal a Turn
Retro Action, February 25, 1972: New McCartney Single Banned in the U.K.
Aloha, Equality: Hawaii Is Seventh State to Unite Gay Couples
Gay BBC Reporter Scared Straight Out of Uganda
Afros Defy Gravity and Iran's Ban on Hair Expression
Protesters cut it close by combing it out.
'Don't Ask' Is Dead, But Uncle Sam Hounds Gay Vets for Payback
Grocery Store 'Shields' Kids From Photo of Two Gay Dads (UPDATED)
Retro Actions, January 24, 1985: Portland's Trailblazing First Female Police Chief
Got HIV? You Can't Get Married in Chechnya
Retro Action, January 20, 2009: Obama's Awkward Inauguration Moment
The End of Hospital Inhospitality: LGBT Couples Finally Granted Visitation Rights
Flash Forward: Harvey Milk's Camera Shop to House Lifeline Call Center for Gay Youth
VIDEO: Bobby Kennedy Announces the Death of Martin Luther King
The Daily Wild: Feline and Fabulous
Photo of the Day: Guns and Rebar
Your Fragile Planet: 'Angel Oak'