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Human & Civil Rights - a section of In Motion Magazine
Feature Articles
The Glass Ceiling
Auturgy for Eudaimonia
... from privileged trenches ...
Melissa Faye
Published in In Motion Magazine August 2, 2014
The Glass Ceiling
The Findings and Recommendations of the Federal Glass Ceiling Commission
"For people confronting these barriers, it's discrimination plain and simple."
René Redwood, Washington, D.C.
Marching Against Monsanto and the Corporate Oligarchy
by James Bartoli
San Diego, California
Published in In Motion Magazine June 3, 2013
Interview with René Redwood
Affirmative Action and the Civil Rights Movement
The positive impact of affirmative action
is a fact in our daily lives
Washington, D.C.
What Is A People’s Assembly?
by Carlos Huerta
San Ysidro, California
Published in In Motion Magazine - January 29, 2013
Immigration Issues
For Immigration sub-section, click here
Speech Given on the 11th Anniversary
of the War in Afghanistan

Cathy Mendonça
Committee Against Police Brutality
San Diego, California
Published in In Motion Magazine - October 20, 2012
When will Affirmative Action, Equity, and Diversity Initiatives as Tools for Social Justice become Unnecessary, Unwarranted, and Anachronistic?”
by Jose J. Soto
Lincoln, Nebraska
Occupy and May Day: Moving Forward As A Global Collective
San Diego Celebrates May Day With A Broad Coalition
by Carlos Huerta
San Diego, California
Published in In Motion Magazine - May 9, 2012
The Real Immigration Debate
Tackle Economic Security, Not Simply Border Security
by Francis Calpotura
Oakland, California
My Name Is Raul Carranza.
And I Am The 99%.

by Raul Carranza
San Diego, California
Published in In Motion Magazine December 13, 2011
Latino Youth: Immigration, Education and the Future
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York
(Cross-referenced from the Education Rights section)
The Media Silence About Louisiana Dodging Anti-Immigrant Laws
And the Death of José Nelson Reyes-Zelaya
José Torres-Tama
New Orleans, Louisiana
Published in In Motion Magazine September 7, 2011
Interview with Roberto Martinez (2001)
One of the greatest human rights tragedies in the history of the U. S.
Border operations / Migrant life / Organizing for human rights
San Diego, California
Dreams, Themes and Schemes
The Struggle Over The True Legacy Of Martin King
Part 1
| Part 2
by Boyd Lewis
Los Angeles, California
Published in In Motion Magazine September 1, 2011
No Immigration Without Emigration
Consequences For The Countries Left Behind
by Norma Linda Ureña
Seattle, Washington
(cross-referenced from the Email, Opinions and Discussion section)
Social Psychology:
A Glimpse of Social Conformity Through the Ages
by Hossna Sadat, MA
London, England, U.K.
Published in In Motion Magazine May 4, 2011
"Those Damn Immigrants Again"
by William Loren Katz
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine June 2, 2010
(cross-referenced from the Email, Opinions and Discussion section)
Dr. Martin Luther King
"Being Afghan, a Cultural Inquiry in the United States"
By Hossna Sadat, MA
San Diego, California
Published in In Motion Magazine August 25, 2009
Dreams, Themes and Schemes
The Struggle Over The True Legacy Of Martin King
Part 1
| Part 2
by Boyd Lewis
Los Angeles, California
Published in In Motion Magazine September 1, 2011
"Realize The Imminence And Importance Of This Issue"
A Letter about Affirmative Action
by Brock Martinez
Madison, Wisconsin
(cross-referenced from the In Defense of Affirmative Action section)
Beyond Elections:
Dr. King’s Teachings On Strategy And Tactics

by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California
They Hate Our Freedom:
The Truth about the Military Commissions Act

by Aaron Sussman,
Middletown, Connecticut
When Will We Ever Learn?
Dr. King’s Forgotten Speech on Peace
by Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California
Adivasi Community in South India:
Historically Marginalised and Forgotten
by L.A. Samy
Bangalore, Karnataka, India
(Cross-referenced from the Global Eyes section)
The Forgotten Teachings of Martin Luther King
Paul Rockwell
Oakland, California
Leetso: the Powerful Yellow Monster
by Esther Yazzie and Jim Zion
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Heeding Dr. King’s Warning:
Don’t Sleep Through the “Revolution”
by Jose J. Soto
Lincoln, Nebraska
nterview with René Redwood
Affirmative Action and the Civil Rights Movement
The positive impact of affirmative action
is a fact in our daily lives
Washington, D.C.
Full list of Human & Civil Rights articles (in alphabetical order)
  • You May Face Discrimination
    A Chapter From
    10 Excellent Reasons Not to Join the Military
    by Aimee Allison
    Antioch, California
    Published in In Motion Magazine - May 14, 2006

  • A Window on the Wall
    An analysis of an Internet study of African American perspectives
    Amir Abdur-Rashid,
    Jacksonville, Florida
    Published in In Motion Magazine June 2, 1996

  • The Real Immigration Debate
    Tackle Economic Security, Not Simply Border Security
    by Francis Calpotura
    Oakland, California
    Published in In Motion Magazine July 29, 2007

  • Immigrant Families in Crisis
    A Close-up View of the Violence Against Women Act
    by Eloise de Leon
    San Diego, California
    Published in In Motion Magazine - May 16, 2004

  • The Reckoning
    “We are all the Jena Six.”
    This won’t go away
    Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, Sr.
    Chicago, Illinois
    Published in In Motion Magazine October 8, 2007

  • Jim Crow Revival
    Statement on the 2004 Presidential Election
    Rev. Jesse L. Jackson
    Chicago, Illinois
    Published in In Motion Magazine October 25, 2004

  • Shared Security
    Statement on the 2004 Presidential Election
    Rev. Jesse L. Jackson
    Chicago, Illinois
    Published in In Motion Magazine October 25, 2004

  • Assessing the Poll on Black Voter Sentiment
    Issued by the Joint Center on Political Studies
    Statement on the 2004 Presidential Election
    Rev. Jesse L. Jackson
    Chicago, Illinois
    Published in In Motion Magazine October 25, 2004

  • National Vigil Against Impeachment
    "... a sign of the common folks fighting back.
    They sort of like being able to elect their own Presidents."
    Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr.
    U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.
    Published in In Motion Magazine January 24, 1999

  • Save the Dream
    Speech to the March on Sacramento
    Affirmative action is a majority issue that benefits everybody
    by Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr.
    Sacramento, California
    Published in In Motion Magazine November 17, 1997

  • From Selma, Alabama to Hollywood, California:
    A Thirty-One Year Struggle for Fairness and Inclusion in the American Dream
    An Open Letter to the Entertainment Community
    Rev. Jesse L. Jackson
    Washington, D.C.
    Published in In Motion Magazine April 10, 1996

  • Interview with Maria Jimenez (2001)
    “We must not equate immigration with terrorism”
    Houston, Texas
    Published in In Motion Magazine - November 11, 2001

  • Interview with Maria Jiménez (1998)
    The Militarization of the U.S.-Mexico Border
    Border Communities Respond to Militarization / From Slave Patrol to Border Patrol Life
    Houston, Texas
    Published in In Motion Magazine - February 2, 1998

  • The People of Samoa
    Samoa Koria
    San Diego, California
    Published in In Motion Magazine - December 10, 1995

  • Interview with Roberto Martinez (2001)
    One of the greatest human rights tragedies in the history of the U. S.
    Border operations / Migrant life / Organizing for human rights
    San Diego, California
    Published in In Motion Magazine - December 4, 2001

  • Interview with Roberto Martinez (1999)
    U.S. Border Patrol in S. California Developing Deadly But Ineffective Operation Gatekeeper
    418 men, women and children die in 4 years, in California, crossing U.S./Mexico border
    San Diego, California
    Published in In Motion Magazine - December 12, 1999

  • Interview with Roberto Martinez (1997)
    Immigration and Human Rights on the U.S. / Mexico Border
    - Militarization of the Border
    - In Search of Work
    - The Needs of Agribusiness
    - From Taking Lands to Building Triple Fences
    San Diego, California
    Published in In Motion Magazine September 14, 1997

  • Over-Raided, Under Siege
    U.S. Immigration Laws and Enforcement
    Destroy the Rights of Immigrants

    by NNIRR -- HURRICANE
    Oakland, California
    Published in In Motion Magazine - January 4, 2008

  • Interview with René Redwood
    Affirmative Action and the Civil Rights Movement
    The positive impact of affirmative action
    is a fact in our daily lives
    Washington, D.C.
    Published in In Motion Magazine March 6, 1999

  • The Glass Ceiling
    The Findings and Recommendations of the Federal Glass Ceiling Commission
    "For people confronting these barriers, it's discrimination plain and simple."
    René Redwood, Washington, D.C.
    Published in In Motion Magazine, October 2, 1996

  • A Reality Check: Women
    Perceptions and Sterotypes Versus the Facts
    Data from surveys by Korn/Ferry and Catalyst
    Published in In Motion Magazine, October 3, 1996

  • The Labor Trial Of The Decade:
    The NUHW Case for Overturning the Kaiser Election
    by Paul Rockwell
    Oakland, California
    Published in In Motion Magazine - March 21, 2011
  • SEIU: The Trojan Horse Inside the Labor Movement
    (A book review)
    The Civil Wars In U.S. Labor:
    Birth of a New Workers’ Movement or Death Throes of the Old?
    A book by Steve Early
    by Paul Rockwell
    Oakland, California
    Published in In Motion Magazine - March 5, 2011

  • When Will We Ever Learn?
    Dr. King’s Forgotten Speech on Peace
    by Paul Rockwell
    Oakland, California
    Published in In Motion Magazine January 21, 2003

  • Social Psychology:
    A Glimpse of Social Conformity Through the Ages
    by Hossna Sadat, MA
    London, England, U.K.
    Published in In Motion Magazine May 4, 2011

  • People’s Freedom Caravan
    Milestones of a Movement: Reflections & Experiences on the Journey to the U.S. Social Forum
    PDF Download: 3.1 MB
    Southwest Workers Union
    San Antonio, Texas

    Published in In Motion Magazine March 11, 2007

  • An interview with Thich Nhat Hanh
    Community-Based Art and the Practice of Compassion and Mindfulness
    Eloise de Leon
    Escondido, California

    Published in In Motion Magazine - January 25, 2004

  • Seventeen Years and Counting
    A History of the Indefinite Detention of Cuban Immigrants
    Sarah Town
    San Francisco, California
    Published in In Motion Magazine December 7, 1997

  • Stand Strong for Freedom of Choice
    "... we will not back down at the threat of their cowardly violence"
    Rev. Carlton W. Veazey
    Washington, D.C.
    Published in In Motion Magazine - January 18, 1999.

  • "We will break the silence"
    As Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Did Three Decades Ago,
    Black Clergy Must Continue to Address
    Difficult Issues Affecting Their Congregations
    Rev. Carlton W. Veazey
    Washington, D.C.
    Published in In Motion Magazine - May 17, 1998.

  • Teen Mother, My Mother
    "... opening doors to real dialogue that break the silence,
    and dispelling myths about sex and sexuality."
    by Leslie M. Watson
    Washington, D.C.
    Published in In Motion Magazine - January 13, 1998


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