Commonsense jurisprudence will recognize the open-shut argument that voters’ civil rights were violated by vote dilution during an unconstitutional election process.
The University at Buffalo is planning to hold “listening sessions” segregated by race Wednesday following the outcome of Tuesday’s election.
Mike Gonzalez’s new book, ‘The Plot to Change America,’ provides penetrating analysis of the inherent dangers of identity politics, as well as ways to fight its creeping influence.
‘Protecting the rights of some of society’s most vulnerable members, including elderly nursing home residents, is one of our country’s most important obligations,’ said Assistant Attorney General Eric Dreiband.
Lowery says changing the name of the Edmund Pettus bridge, even to honor the late Rep. John Lewis, would be ‘a whitewash of our history.’
It is our job to keep this republic. If it fails for lack of effort, we will have ourselves to blame as much as those leftists actively trying to tear it down with the 1619 Project.
Civil Rights Activist Bob Woodson tells Ben Domench the New York Times’ 1619 Project hijacks the rich legacy of the civil rights movement.
If future generations are to look upon Old Glory and see it as a symbol of hope, freedom, and justice, we must always protect and defend what we know to be true about it.
John Lewis’s death should remind Americans of one of his most important character traits, one some in our nation seem to have lost: The ability to forgive.
The dream for compromise between those demanding absolute affirmation for ever-evolving gender and sexual convictions and others of strong religious faith is unrealistic — and not because of religious folks.
What does any of this have to do with healing our nation? The answer is, ‘nothing.’ And that’s the point.
While self-proclaimed antifascists deface literal antifascists, monuments paying tribute to civil rights figures have now fallen victim to vandals.
William Barr instructed U.S. attorneys to monitor cases of state and local governments infringing on civil liberties over the course of the pandemic.
Journalist Tyler O’Neil’s new book, ‘Making Hate Pay: The Corruption of the Southern Poverty Law Center,’ is a long-overdue exposé of the corruption of at the undeservedly influential civil rights organization.
Somewhere along the 55-mile voting rights march from Selma to Montgomery in 1965, 15-year-old Betty Anderson, whose father was a shoemaker, wore a large hole in her shoe. But that didn’t stop her.
First Baptist has always had strong members whose faith, tested and tried with slavery, Jim Crow segregation, intimidation, violence, and even a devastating tornado, triumphed over all.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas faced down a ‘high-tech lynching’ by the same people who now claim to be America’s arbiters of racial justice. He has every reason to be vindictive and chooses not to be.
The film explores race and poverty through personal stories that leave the audience to reconcile with the tragic side of American governments’ treatment of minorities and the poor.
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