Tag: civil rights

Student Indicted for College Noose Incident

Ole Miss student charged with two civil rights violations

Woman Who Almost Killed MLK in ’58 Dead at 98

Would-be killer Izola Ware Curry was found to be mentally ill

Civil Rights Icon Rev. Willie T. Barrow Has Died

She was a "little warrior" for justice

Diane Nash Didn’t Go to Selma Because of Bush

She said Bush stood for violence and war when Selma was about nonviolence

First Family Photos at Selma

Family honors 50th anniversary of "Blood Sunday"

MLK’s Niece Alveda King Gets Fox News Gig

She's taking her conservative views on divorce, abortion to cable TV

Week-long Selma March Starts Today

They're marching for the right to vote ... again

Was Selma’s Bridge Named After a Klansman?

Edmund Pettus was a Confederate general

Will Ferguson Close Its Police Dept.?

Whether Ferguson fights the DOJ or reforms, it's going to cost them

Obama to Invoke Civil Rights Past, Present in Selma

President Obama to speak on Selma anniversary

Who is the King of Today’s Civil Rights Movement?

This reader believes we don't need a leader

DOJ Unlikely to Charge George Zimmerman

Feds claim there isn't enough evidence

Daughter’s Novel Tackles Young Malcolm X’s Life

Ilyasah Shabazz's book examines her father's adolescent years

John Legend & Common Wow with Oscar ‘Glory’

The duo won for "Best Original Song"

John Lewis: No Obama Without ‘Selma’

Rep. John Lewis says Obama's historic presidency is a result of the Selma-to-Montgomery Marches

Obama Requests $50 million for civil rights sites

White House commemorates 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act

WATCH: David Oyelowo as MLK in ‘Selma’

See a featurette of the compelling film

Rev. Jesse Jackson Keynote at Social Media Week

Get the details and the date here

Civil Rights Apps Flourish

Tech to offer common sense, civil rights advice

Civil Rights Activists Respond on Police Killings

March on Washington being planned for later this month