At Depression Comix, artist Clay Jonathan explores life with mental illness. via One Panel at a Time: Illustrating Mental Illness at Depression Comix — Discover
Category: Shared Stories
Sergey ZolkinWhen I was in high school my teacher redefined the terms “rape” and “sexual assault” to mean “a forced invasion of someone’s personal space” and everyone laughed. Of course we laughed, we weren’t even 18, still living in loving, sheltered households and it was funny to walk too close to your friend and make… via … Continue reading This Is What Sexual Harassment Does To You. And It’s Never A Joke. — Thought Catalog
Below are seven stories about (or by) Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., exploring different facets of his life and legacy.
“Alex Haley Interviews Martin Luther King, Jr.” (Alex Haley, Playboy Magazine, January 1965)
King sat down for a series of interviews with the author Alex Haley shortly after he won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964. They were edited and compiled into one interview that ran in the magazine the next year, which—according to The Daily Beast—was the longest interview King ever gave any publication.
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