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‘Hate is a cancer’: Apple CEO Tim Cook sends a message to employees after Charlottesville violence

In the wake of the deadly protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, Apple CEO Tim Cook emailed employees to say “hate is a cancer” and that the company would be making US$1 million donations to two..
S.China Morning Post Also reported by •Business Insider

Jesse Jackson slams Trump on Charlottesville

US civil rights activists Jesse Jackson said that there was 'a consistent pattern' in US President Donald Trump's support for the right wing policies. (Aug. 16)

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News video: Dashcam shows cops search woman's vagina for 11 minutes

Dashcam shows cops search woman's vagina for 11 minutes 02:04

HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS — A couple of dirty cops in Texas will after a grand jury ruled they would face no charges for strip and cavity-searching a woman two years ago without her consent and without a..
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News video: Black Lives Matter hosts Community Discussion

Black Lives Matter hosts Community Discussion

The meeting is in response to the distribution of racist organization recruitment letters and vandalism in the Grand Valley
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News video: Map Displays Hate Groups Operating on Delmarva

Map Displays Hate Groups Operating on Delmarva

Map Displays Hate Groups Operating on Delmarva
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News video: Drop The Mike For Civil Rights

Drop The Mike For Civil Rights

Drop The Mike For Civil Rights
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News video: Texas 'Bathroom' Bill Won't Move Forward — for Now

Texas 'Bathroom' Bill Won't Move Forward — for Now 01:31

For the second time this year, a bill that would've restricted the bathroom use of transgender people has died.
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Louis Armstrong's 'What a Wonderful World' recording turns 50

A half-century ago, as turmoil and restlessness stemming from the Vietnam War, the civil rights movement, the rise of feminism, nascent hippie culture and other social and political changes spread..
L.A. Times

Charlottesville violence revives painful past for minorities

The violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, revived a painful past for minorities and the activists who once led the civil rights movement. Bernard Lafayette is a former head of the Southern Christian..
Seattle Times

Sessions says Virginia attack might be a hate crime

The Department of Justice could prosecute the car attack on counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, as a hate crime, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Wednesday. Speaking on Wednesday with..
Raw Story

U.S. civil rights group sues Nebraska prisons for overcrowding

(Reuters) - The American Civil Liberties Union sued the Nebraska state prison system on Wednesday to remedy what it says is overcrowding that has fueled riots, assaults and created unconstitutional..
Reuters Also reported by •Seattle TimesFOXNews.com

Meet the Raging Grannies, Portland's not-so-secret warriors for civility

The model of peaceful protest that's largely held since the civil rights era is being challenged, with roiling violence in American cities from Charlottesville, Va., to Portland, Ore. The Grannies, who..
Christian Science Monitor

Congressman John Lewis on the "moral obligation" to "speak up"

The Georgia congressman and civil rights leader speaks to his younger self about the "mission to help redeem the soul of America"
CBS News

Texas ‘bathroom bill’ dies in special legislative session

Texas measures criticized as being discriminatory for limiting transgender people’s access to bathrooms in schools and public buildings died on Tuesday, as the House adjourned and ended its special..
Raw Story

Paul Craig Roberts On Charlottesville: "Identity Politics Always Leads To Violence, Americans Won't Be Spared"

Authored by Paul Craig Roberts, Listening to NPR this morning confirmed what I already knew.* Charlottesville is being turned into another nail in President Trump’s coffin.* NPR had no interest..
Zero Hedge

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A look at a NAACP travel warning to would-be Missouri guests

St. Louis’ hospitality industry says it’s starting to see lost business that’s perhaps tied to the NAACP’s travel warning to would-be visitors to Missouri. The warning, issued last month as the..
Seattle Times

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