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Keith Boykin discusses the changes between the past and present civil rights movements on the 60th anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
A monument to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. must not be installed among the sculpted figures of Confederate leaders at Georgia's Stone Mountain, a group of civil rights leaders told the state's governor Wednesday.
Keith Boykin on white gatekeepers in today's society.
The civil rights community mourns the loss of an icon.
According to AP, President Obama and some surviving marchers will visit Selma this weekend to talk about how the country has—and has not—changed since the "Bloody Sunday" assault.
Civil rights group demands more diversity among voters.
Georgia Democratic congressman and Civil Rights Movement icon John Lewis hopes his latest graphic novel will serve as a guide for young protesters as they seek justice today.
They will give suggestions to increase diversity and tackle racial issues in the industry.
Activists are planning to use the event to energize people to address issues of current day voting rights and redistricting.
There has only been one prosecution since the Emmett Till Act was signed in by then-President George Bush in 2008.