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By Klein Civil Rights
New York Civil Rights Attorney Brett H. Klein has received the prestigious 2018 Super Lawyers® award, an award granted to a select few who display exceptional legal achievements and a commitment to client satisfaction.
By King Center
Dr. Bernice A. King, CEO of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change (The King Center), announces plans that The Center will lead the nation and the world in the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of her father's assassination.
By Middle Passage Press
Call on Trump to Declare a National Day of Remembrance on the 50th Anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Assassination Noted political analyst Earl Ofari Hutchinson and author of the forthcoming Fifty Years Later: Why the Murder of Dr.
By RFL Billion Dollar Deal
Airs: Friday, February 16 at 8pm on WLIW21 Sunday, February 18 at 7:30pm on THIRTEEN Saturday, February 24 at 7pm on NJTV
By Spohrer Dodd
Law firm, which represents clients in civil rights cases, has sponsored the event for the last seven years
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By Joseph and Evelyn Lowery Institute
Raphael Richardson was 14 the first time a gun was held to his head. When his father was incarcerated Philadelphia street gangs became his family; violence and anger were his friends.
By B'nai Torah Congregation
The Boca Raton Interfaith Clergy Association, a group that provides for dialogue and learning among and between clergy and representatives of all faiths, hosted a "United We Serve" event on Thursday, March 30, at the Islamic Center of Boca Raton.
By NARSOL
Civil rights group demands answers from Louisiana law enforcement officials
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By The McCrary Foundation Choir
African American Family Choir Introduces New Compelling Music Video, "Let There Be Peace"
By Hutchinson Report eBooks
New eBook Details and Debunks the Mt. Everest High Obstacles that Prosecutors face in Prosecuting Bad Cops
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By Planting People Growing Justice Leadership Inst.
Acclaimed Educator and Advocate for Justice Dr. Artika Tyner Announces Launch of Training Program on Implicit Bias
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By Planting People Growing Justice Leadership Inst.
They are showing up on camera with whatever they have to make a difference in the world, in the Leadership for Social Justice Project
By NAAFA
NAAFA's new credit card processor and gateway has features not available with previous processor, like "Text Giving" and member information retention.
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By Oakland University
Prominent civil rights advocate Diane Nash will speak at OU on Feb. 1.
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By Klein Civil Rights
New York Civil Rights Attorney Brett H. Klein Opens New Firm Dedicated to Seeking Justice for Victims of Police Brutality
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By INSPR Media
Community, Business and Political Leaders Join Together to Celebrate 20 years of service to National Coalition on Black Civic Participation by president and CEO Melanie L. Campbell
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By Atombank Books
Folk icon and civil rights hero Pete Seeger introduced to young readers in "Pete Seeger, The People’s Singer" by John Briggs.
By National Black Child Development Institute
Tobeka Green, President and CEO of the National Black Child Development Institute's statement on the hate crime committed in Charleston, South Carolina on June 18, 2015: “As our country awakened to the tragic news that nine of our brothers and sisters...
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By Lorraine Hansberry Theatre
Steven Anthony Jones is Thurgood Marshall in this Eye Opening, Humorous and Uplifting Portrait of a True American Hero and Civil Rights Icon
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By Questioning the Universe Publishing (QUP)
in conjunction with Chef Martha Stamps' A Place at The Table

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By Klein Civil Rights
New York Civil Rights Attorney Brett H. Klein has received the prestigious 2018 Super Lawyers® award, an award granted to a select few who display exceptional legal achievements and a commitment to client satisfaction.
By King Center
Dr. Bernice A. King, CEO of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change (The King Center), announces plans that The Center will lead the nation and the world in the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of her father's assassination.
By Middle Passage Press
Call on Trump to Declare a National Day of Remembrance on the 50th Anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Assassination Noted political analyst Earl Ofari Hutchinson and author of the forthcoming Fifty Years Later: Why the Murder of Dr.
By RFL Billion Dollar Deal
Airs: Friday, February 16 at 8pm on WLIW21 Sunday, February 18 at 7:30pm on THIRTEEN Saturday, February 24 at 7pm on NJTV
By almostcured
The new indie documentary short, Almost Cured, kicks off its 2018 film festival tour with a World Premiere screening at the Chandler International Film Festival on Martin Luther King Day and February screenings at the Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival and.
By Save the Union
Students present at peaceful demonstration receive finding of "no responsibility"
By Spohrer Dodd
Law firm, which represents clients in civil rights cases, has sponsored the event for the last seven years
By VSC NAACP
Virginia State Conference NAACP Delegates Elects New Officers at 82nd  Annual Convention Monday, October30,2017          Contact:  Virginia State Conference NAACP:1-804-321-5678 RICHMOND, VA -- On Saturday, October 28,..
By CivilRightsDream.com
Praeger published study of racism, Realizing the Civil Rights Dream: Diagnosing and Treating American Racism, by Kenneth Bedell with foreword by Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr.
By One Chronicle, Inc.
The LGBTQ+ chronicle (currently 1948 to present) is a unique crowdsourced visual record for the greater community.
By Dare2Draw
Come Dare2Draw & The Art Students League of NY with By Kwanza Osajyefo & Tim Smith 3 (AKA) TS3 The Art Students League of New York 215 West 57th Street, New York, NY 10019
By Progressive Democrats of America
Who: Progressive Democrats of America What: Denouncing Donald Trump's dereliction of duty Why: To oppose assaults on constitutional rights When: Until Trump ends his assaults on Americans' basic rights How: Via direct action and outreach
By Chamber Project St. Louis
Season Ten begins 9/8 with a FREE concert at the Missouri History Museum and includes three world premieres with Adam Maness, Zachary Cairns, and Katherine Bodor
By AlphaDogs Post Production
Never-before-seen interviews shot over 20 years, Lewis tells the gripping tale of his role in the vanguard of the Civil Rights Movement, including his role in the passage of the Voting Rights Act which prohibits racial discrimination at the polls
By Sunbury Press, Inc.
Sunbury Press has released C James Gilbert's "A Second Revolution," the third book in the "Langdon Trilogy" about civil rights in America throughout history.
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By Joseph and Evelyn Lowery Institute
Raphael Richardson was 14 the first time a gun was held to his head. When his father was incarcerated Philadelphia street gangs became his family; violence and anger were his friends.
By Staticc
Artists Emily M. Getsay and Jay Ray are curating a one-night art exhibit at the Center for Civil and Human Rights called "I AM." "I AM" is a one-night exhibition joining Artists, Activists and people living with HIV to tell the stories of Atlanta...
By B'nai Torah Congregation
The Boca Raton Interfaith Clergy Association, a group that provides for dialogue and learning among and between clergy and representatives of all faiths, hosted a "United We Serve" event on Thursday, March 30, at the Islamic Center of Boca Raton.
By civil1.org
My Jim Crow situation happened while I was in the California Air National Guard. I did not know it at the time, but my employer maintained a Jim Crow evaluation policy.
By NARSOL
Civil rights group demands answers from Louisiana law enforcement officials
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By The McCrary Foundation Choir
African American Family Choir Introduces New Compelling Music Video, "Let There Be Peace"
By Transpac1
Transpac is a Super Pac dedicated to raising awareness, supporting candidates and furthering civil rights of transgender people as well as supporting the entire LGBT spectrum.
By InSPR Media
Group Cites NFL Players Own Concerns With Police Shootings of Unarmed Persons
By NAAFA
Any individual seeking to be leader of the free world should never be verbally, physically or sexually abusive. Leaders have a responsibility to model good citizenship, not bullying behavior, to the world.
By NAAFA
NAAFA introduces a new fact sheet, Making a Case for Legislation to End Size Discrimination, a tool to be used by individuals working to find a legislator who will join the fight to end discrimination based on body size/physical appearance.
By Hutchinson Report eBooks
New eBook Details and Debunks the Mt. Everest High Obstacles that Prosecutors face in Prosecuting Bad Cops
By Benedict Emesowum
Scientist in Public Health releases book that has figured out a way to end police violence and reactive killings of police. The book is titled: Understanding Its Basic History, Causal Origins, Health Consequences, and Prevention Strategies.
By Loiacono Literary Agency
Joan Early's novel, The Other Two-Fifths, depicting a generational struggle for equal rights, is now available! The Other Two-Fifths The shadow of Abe Lincoln disappears in the catastrophic race riot shattering the Springfield, Illinois community in...
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By Planting People Growing Justice Leadership Inst.
Acclaimed Educator and Advocate for Justice Dr. Artika Tyner Announces Launch of Training Program on Implicit Bias
12550683
By Planting People Growing Justice Leadership Inst.
They are showing up on camera with whatever they have to make a difference in the world, in the Leadership for Social Justice Project
By NAAFA
NAAFA's new credit card processor and gateway has features not available with previous processor, like "Text Giving" and member information retention.

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