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By Sunbury Press, Inc.
Sunbury Press has released "The Segregated Georgia School for the Deaf," by Ron Knorr and Clemmie Whatley of Mercer University.
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 American Conference on Diversity
Two recently published reports confirmed that New Jersey has some of the most segregated schools in the nation.
By Church of Scientology Flag
In honor of the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Youth for Human Rights of Florida celebrates with other community groups at the 4th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Festival.
By Biographical Publishing Company
David Jonathan Sawyer chronicle the lives of Stonewall Jackson’s black descendants with “Katie and Her Kin: The Story of a Southern Family in Hot Pursuit of the American Dream - Volume 3.”
By Biographical Publishing Company
Volume 1: "My Great-Grandfather was Stonewall Jackson The Story of a Negro Boy Growing Up in the Segregated South" Volume 2: "My Great-Grandfather was Stonewall Jackson: Stonewalling in the Shadow of a Legend"
By DynaFlow Solutions
DynaFlow the leading provider of Governance Risk and Compliance / Enterprise Risk Management and Workflow Automation Solutions celebrates 15 years in business.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
At that time, Garvey will be asked to explain why requiring students to live in sex-segregated dormitories does not constitute illegal sex discrimination under a statute which permits discrimination only when it is absolutely necessary.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Although served with a formal legal complaint charging illegal sex discrimination by forcing all on-campus students to reside in sex-segregated dorms, CU has refused repeated requests from the media to justify their legal position
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Catholic University's President John Garvey has been served with a notarized formal legal complaint charging that his plan to segregate all of CU's dormitories on the basis of gender constitutes illegal sex discrimination under the Human Rights Act
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Catholic University has received an intent-to-sue legal notice, suggesting that its plan to gender-segregate all of its dormitories would constitute illegal sex discrimination under the District of Columbia's Human Rights Act
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Catholic University's recent announcement that it will go back to dormitories segregated by gender may trigger a legal challenge, because sex discrimination is prohibited in DC under virtually all circumstances, says a successful litigator
By shane kovac
A film about the long struggle for racial equality paved by dedicated black and white physicians and nurses and the ultimate creation of Truman Medical Centers
By Families United for Racial and Economic Equality
A recent article about new luxury tower residents pressuring local elected officials sparked a wave of debate in Fort Greene and Downtown Brooklyn regarding the impact of development in the area.
By Balancednature,com
Racism alive and well at New York City Transit Authority
By Adelphi University
On May 14, 2010, Adelphi University’s Ruth S. Ammon School of Education and the Center for Social Innovation hosted a stakeholder forum to discuss the need for educational reform and address the problem of segregated school systems on Long Island.
By Zack Semke
Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) are high-value, compact homes that easily integrate into existing neighborhoods. Portland remodel contractor Hammer and Hand offers clients economical plug-and-play designs that bring craftsmanship
By Public Interest Law Institute (PILI)
PILI Applauds Use of Pro Bono Legal Services in Human Rights Victory
By Don Lichterman
This week, the French roots reggae artist, Jah Gad was recognized by representatives at the Indy record label Tropical Records before signing the artist to its’ multi album recording deal.
By Darrin Green
Nassau County one of the most Segregated Counties in the Country, Violated a court ordered Federal Consent order. Discrimination against Minority Officers.
By Eloquent Books
Author Hall-Crews tells the story of a young, naïve, church-going black woman who begins her adult life by making one bad decision after another.

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