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A ‘Quest for Justice’ for Murdered Civil Rights Pioneer, 52 Years Later

Who killed Alberta Jones, Louisville’s first black prosecutor, in 1965? Prodded by a professor, the police are trying again to find out.
NYTimes.com

Board holds off for now on LGBT discrimination declaration

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The Michigan Civil Rights Commission is holding off for now on deciding whether to declare that discrimination against LGBT people in employment, housing and public..
Seattle Times

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The Michigan Civil Rights Commission is holding off for now on deciding whether to declare that discrimination against LGBT people in employment, housing and public accommodations is already unlawful..
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News video: Memphis’s Equal RIghts Champion

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After facing sexual discrimination in the workplace, Memphis resident Sheila White sued her employers in a landmark case that went all the way to The Supreme Court.
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As America becomes more polarized, private companies are getting pushed into the political spotlight

as america becomes more polarized, private companies are getting pushed into the political spotlight
*• US consumers are calling on private businesses to take a political stance.* *•David Mayer, a management professor at the University of Michigan, says this could be a good thing.* *• It's..
Business Insider

US will not seek civil-rights charges for ex-St. Louis cop

The U.S. Department of Justice said on Monday it has decided not to pursue federal civil rights charges against the former St. Louis policeman whose acquittal on murder charges in the 2011 shooting..
Raw Story

Author Shares Her Simultaneous Journey as Patient and Caregiver

Anne Anderson shows the importance of her strong faith while battling a deadly illness LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (PRWEB) September 18, 2017 Twelve percent of women will develop invasive breast cancer,..
PRWeb

Wage gap between black and white workers is wider today than it was after the Civil Rights movement

Here’s some good news and bad news about the economy. The good news is, the median American household income is up, the highest it’s been since pre-recession 2007. The bad news? Not surprisingly,..
Raw Story

Globetrotting Philanthropist Bill Perkins, Nicknamed “The Last Cowboy of Wall Street,” Spearheading A Hurricane Irma Relief Effort in Virgin Islands, His Adopted Homeland

Hurricane Irma Relief Virgin Islands Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) September 17, 2017 (U. S. & British Virgin Islands)---New Jersey native and top Wall Street energy guru, Bill Perkins, 48, is..
PRWeb

Buffalo marks completion of Freedom Wall civil rights mural

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Buffalo is marking the completion of its latest public art project, a mural depicting 28 civil rights leaders. The Freedom Wall is located in the Michigan Street African American..
Seattle Times

Here are the US cities best suited for Amazon's new headquarters

here are the us cities best suited for amazon's new headquarters
Given the age of the housing stock in the U.S., with almost 60% of homes built prior to 1980, Amazon will undoubtedly have an impact on the fix-and-flip market wherever it ultimately decides to build..
Business Insider

Dolores Huerta: The Civil Rights Icon Who Showed Farmworkers 'Si Se Puede'

A key architect of the nationwide grape boycott that galvanized the farmworkers' rights movement, her legacy has long been overshadowed. A new film aims to change that. Huerta speaks with NPR.
NPR

Michigan board may declare LGBT discrimination unlawful

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A long-stalled movement to make it illegal to discriminate against LGBT people may gain traction — not in the Legislature but with a Michigan board that is being asked to..
Seattle Times

Friends, family gather to celebrate the life of Dick Gregory

LANDOVER, Md. (AP) — Friends and family of Dick Gregory have gathered at a Maryland church in the suburbs of the nation’s capital to celebrate the life of the comedian and activist. The service was..
Seattle Times

$15M verdict in police shooting of unarmed black man heading to arbitration

A bitter dispute has developed over the record $15.1 million federal civil-rights verdict awarded to the family of an unarmed black man killed in 2013 by a police sniper. The city of Lakewood claims..
Seattle Times

DOJ changes excessive force program

Attorney General Jeff Sessions just got his wish to rollback agreements made between the Department of Justice civil rights division and local police departments to combat excessive police force under..
Raw Story

Mississippi hometown honors author of civil rights memoir

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A civil rights activist who wrote about challenging segregation in the South is being honored in her hometown, two years after her death. About 70 people gathered Friday in the..
Seattle Times

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