Click here for reuse options! The civil rights icon was briefly interrupted by chants of "We love you John." Civil rights icon and Congressman John Lewis (D) wowed a hometown crowd Saturday afternoon, speaking at Atlanta’s March for Women and tellingare doing the same type of work he did in the 60’s to register African-Americans in the south to vote. Show More Summary
I have purposely not yet talked about the $1Million City Of Atlanta kick back scandal with"Moody Construction". I wanted it to play out a bit more in order to see who the SECOND CITY OFFICIAL was that took some cash under the table.I...Show More Summary
Unexpectedly large crowds of women and human rights activists took to the streets of Washington, D.C., Chicago, Charlotte and even smaller towns like Boise. Protesters around the country marched for women's and civil rights and were intended to send a message to President Donald Trump on his first full day in office. … Click to Continue »
John Gore, chosen as assistant attorney general for civil rights, also defended voter suppression laws.
Civil rights icon and Congressman John Lewis (D) wowed a hometown crowd Saturday afternoon, speaking at Atlanta’s March for Women and tellingare doing the same type of work he did in the 60’s to register African-Americans in the south to vote. Lewis, who has been harshly critical of...
The Times looks back at several marches in Washington over the past century and how they altered Americans’ views on issues like civil rights and war.
CIVIL RIGHTS ICON AND PROGRESSIVE FUNDAMENTALIST NATIONALIST CONFIDENCE MAN REP JOHN LEWIS GETS A NAVAL SHIP NAMED AFTER HIM, TO ASSIST THE "UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT" TO PROJECT ITS POWER AROUND THE WORLD - AFTER ASSURING REP LEWIS THAT...Show More Summary
One of the outside groups supporting Jeff Sessions nomination as attorney general is running a TV ad in DC titled "Champion" that calls him a "civil rights champion" and associates him in images with Barack Obama, Joe Biden and John Lewis. It's a remarkable re-write of Sessions' life and career: Read More ?
John Gore has defended Republican redistricting plans and voting roll purges against allegations of civil rights violations.
They fought for the right to vote, but also advanced the causes for birth control, civil rights and economic equality
To the editor: Jonah Goldberg demonstrates that the editorial counterpart to “fake news” is “fake logic” in the opinion section. (“Trump says he'll unite the country. Yeah, right,” Opinion, Jan. 16) He starts by blithely stating, “Put aside Trump’s specific shortcomings for the moment,” and then...
PARK CITY, Utah — At 86, Dolores Huerta has been working as a civil rights activist for over six decades. But if you think she’s ready to put down her bullhorn and hit the links, you’ve got it all wrong. “All this work that has to be done,” said Huerta, who co-founded what...
Thousands are converging on the Loop this morning for the rally and march for civil rights and women's rights, and to denounce President Donald Trump. [ more › ]
A survey of public opinion in Iran conducted in the last quarter of 2016 shows that even though a large majority of Iranians (75%) rated advancing democracy and protecting personal and civil rights among their highest priorities in 2015, 70% of Iranians said they were “dissatisfied” with their government’s handling of these issues in 2016. The results […]
Revolutionary Guards Pressured Judiciary for Harsh Sentences Civil rights advocate Aso Rostami—whose initial mass trial with three other activists lasted “barely 10 minutes”—was released from Rajaee Shahr Prison in Karaj on January 15, 2017 at the end of his two-year prison sentence for engaging in peaceful activism. He was initially sentenced to seven years, but […]
Hundreds of thousands of people in the United States and around the world are joining marches Saturday to raise awareness of women’s rights and other civil rights they fear could be under threat under Donald Trump’s presidency. The key focus of the day is the Women’s March on Washington, which organizers say could attract a […]
Talking Points Memo reports: Donald Trump has tapped lawyer John Gore, who defended the University of North Carolina system in a legal challenge over the state’s anti-LGBT law, to be the deputy assistant attorney general for the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division. Show More Summary
WHEN "RISE UP ATLANTA FALCONS - MAKE US PROUD" MET WITH "WHY AREN'T YOU PROTESTING AGAINST TRUMP FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE?" PREDICTION TIME: 7:59 AM EASTERN HEY ATLANTA MAYOR REEDHEY ANARCHISTS THE ATLANTA FALCON'S PEP RALLY FOR THE "NFC CHAMPIONSHIP...Show More Summary
At 10 A.M. on her last day of work, Vanita Gupta, the head of the Civil Rights Division at the Justice Department, opened a door in her office and stepped out into a conference room with cream-colored walls and a fireplace at one end. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump has selected John Gore for a key role in the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division. Gore is the lawyer who defended the University of North Carolina in a suit challenging the school’s enforcement of the...Show More Summary