Until we've walked a mile in Ms. Graham's shoes, and until we've faced down the same crisis, it's unfair to condemn her for what she did. Today, her son is alive and free, and some day, perhaps he'll be wise enough to thank her for it.
In May of 1980, for days on end, Miami burned. This is the story of the incident that started one of the deadliest and most devastating racial riots in U.S. history. It's a story that's all too familiar.
Protesters listened to appeals for calm. The police responded in a measured and responsible manner. Both sides won the night in Baltimore.