Tag: segregation

Watch: An American Girl Story: Melody, 1963

A must-see tale of race, segregation and one girl working toward a better world

51 Years Ago Today: The Civil Rights Act of 1964

The question of history repeating itself is prevalent.

Segregated War Memorial Riles Community

What year is this? White and colored graves?

Fertility Clinic Refuses to Mix Race of Patients & Donors

The clinic doesn't want any "rainbow families"

CNN Presents ‘A Long March to Freedom’

The 2-hour episode features Diane Nash, John Lewis & other activists

Segregation Gains Ground 60 Years After Brown

Report says progress toward integrated classrooms has largely been rolled back

Exclusive: Prejudice Plagues Restaurant?

Nouveau Tavern owner discusses alleged harassment, unfair treatment

What Year is This? School Holds 1st Integrated Prom

Georgia school district finally dances into 21st century

Desegregation Landmark in New Orleans Revived

William Frantz Elementary revamped as Akili Academy

What Year is This? Segregated Sorority

University of Alabama sororities finally invite Blacks

No New Friends? Blacks, Whites Still Apart

White Americans much less likely to have friends of other races

Scientists Discover Unmarked Graves at Fla. School for Boys

Researchers from the University of South Florida in Tampa found a number of unmarked graves, believed to be of African American children who lives at ...

Mayor apologizes for segregation-era cemetery

George Schloegel apologized to families of African-American veterans who couldn't be buried in the city cemetery.