The Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division will look into an incident between a white male resource officer and black female student that occurred in a South Carolina high school. The video shows the resource officer dragging the student across the classroom, after the student refused to leave the classroom.
On October 10, 2015, thousands upon thousands of people gathered in the nation’s capital to continue the movement for justice for all. Hear from three people who participated in the first Million Man March as they comment on the significance of the movement in their lives.
Supreme Court term has important civil rights issues, including affirmative action and voting rights. http://ow.ly/SUIGC
Alabama announces the closure of 31 DMV offices, making it harder to comply with strict voter id laws. #needSection5 #RestoretheVRA http://ow.ly/SUH1P
50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act!!! TX case proves that there is still work to do! http://ow.ly/QA65v
With SCOTUS’ recent rulings, many are wondering what the hollowed Voting Rights Act could mean for the 2016 elections. Journalist Ari Berhman shares his thoughts here.
Take an in-depth look at the history of Voting Rights in America.