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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 Church of Scientology National Affairs Office
Civil Rights activists Bob Fletcher, Frank Smith and Chuck Hicks tell their stories, Fletcher discusses photographs of the time of Mississippi Freedom Schools and of the forerunner of the program Head Start, the Child Development Group of Mississippi
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By Avant Media Communications
The 50th Anniversary of "Bloody Sunday" and the annual pilgrimage across the Edmund Pettus Bridge on March 8, 2015, ends with a star-studded musical concert honoring the foot soldiers of 1965 and 50 years of African American achievements.
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By Soul Power University/Love Under Fire
The Advancement of People for Social and Political Change Using the Gandhian Philosophy.
By A Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum
Richard Trumka, President of the National AFL-CIO, will be presented the coveted “A. Philip Randolph Gentle Warrior” award during a gala celebration to be held in Chicago, Illinois at the Historic Parkway Ballroom, 4455 S.
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By INSPR Media
Lee to speak Monday, January 19th About Recent Events in Ferguson, New York and the New Civil Rights Movement
By The #LabelMeHuman Project
Campaign intends to both inform and shed light on societal labels in hopes of igniting change conversations
By National Coalition on Black Civic Participation
Coalition Urges Justice Department to Continue Probe in Michael Brown Shooting and Investigation of Ferguson Police Department
By Trevor Day School
As Civil Rights Activist, Andrew Goodman, is honored by President Obama with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, The Trevor Day School honors the 50th anniversary of his death by welcoming David Goodman to the assembly: To Honor and Inspire.
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By The DPJ Training Group
Over 1100 employees at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission heard Deborah teach concepts of respect and awareness as "Human Being 101" in this well-received program covering legal and behavioral components of sexual and non-sexual harassment.

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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.
By prettypimp.com
Prosecutorial Misconduct Exposed in Shelby County District Attorney's Office
By McGee, Lerer & Associates
In the confidential settlement, the firm recovered the damages on behalf of the family of a man who died at the hands of police officers two years ago.
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By Oakland University
Prominent civil rights advocate Diane Nash will speak at OU on Feb. 1.
By Cinema St. Louis
U.S. Rep. John Lewis slated to attend November 8 screening of “Get in the Way” at 2015 Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival
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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
By Emmett Till Team Mississippi
Media: Teri Watts  832 217 0530 teri@theimanijamesgroup.com Events: Priscilla Sterling  601 826 9975 williamspriscilla12@yahoo.com Jackson City Council: Jewel Davis  601 960 1035 jewelld@city.jackson.mn.us All are invited to join the...
By Art Rocker
SUBJECT: Julian Bond said we all need LSD (August 17, 2015) Pensacola, Fl -I can recall the feeling I had as the words of Julian Bond resonated with me when he spoke to members of the student body at Albany State College where I attended in the 1980's.
By Oliver Wolcott Library
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 Dr. John Tully will discuss the Civil Rights Movement by using the novel Freshwater Road at the Oliver Wolcott Library on Sunday, August 16 from 1:00- 2:00 p.m.
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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 NAAFA
The National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance opposes the Obesity Action Coalition’s suggestion to “Ban the F Word”
By NAAFA
NAAFA Secretary and Research Specialist Darliene Howell has been elected to the office of Board Chair. Ms. Howell brings years of service and expertise to this position.
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
By Questioning the Universe Publishing
in Nashville, Tennessee, at A Night to Remember: A Multi-generational Family Book Signing, Photo Exhibit and Presentations
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By Questioning the Universe Publishing (QUP)
in conjunction with Chef Martha Stamps' A Place at The Table
By ZenCon An Art of Zen Consultancy
The plaintiff in a child custody battle, as a true loving parent, works in defense of her infant daughter to thwart a bio dad who until a recent child support order referred to their daughter as a "n_gg_r baby." Visit this Mom's Campaign & HELP!
By Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC
The times they are a-changin’, sang Bob Dylan. Segregation is ending in the South and a new day of racial equality is dawning in this stunning novel about a courageous young Southern woman named Sassy Sonja.
By NAAFA
NAAFA member and founder of Full Figure Entertainment, Tigress Osborn, joins the NAAFA Board of Directors as Director of Social Media. Osborn’s education and experience will prove invaluable as we continue to fight for Equality at Every Size.
By Progressive Democrats of America
During March, passengers using five Metrorail stations will be greeted by standing ads that draw a link between the D.C. Statehood and civil rights movements. The ads were created by the Stand Up! for Democracy in D.C. Coalition (Free D.C.).

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