Black Americans have enjoyed only a mixed record of progress in the fifty years since Rosa Parks took her seat on that Montgomery bus. Anthony Bradley examines her legacy and the nature of liberty in today’s America. “Truly free blacks are those who are free to make their own morally formed choices without government involvement,” Bradley writes.

Read the full commentary here.

  • Ashley Brown

    This is what a woman should do.They should stand up for whats right.We are no different from white people the only thing different is the skin color.We are people that should be treated with respect.

  • Tina Keaney

    Thank God for people like Rosa Parks. She keep her dignity and believed everyone needs equal rights.