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Civil rights groups praise labor secretary nominee Thomas Perez as a champion for equal rights.
The confirmation hearing for Labor secretary-nominee Thomas Perez has been pushed to next month.
President Obama has nominated former NAACP Legal Defense Fund attorney Debo Adegbile to head the civil rights division at the Justice Department.
President Obama meets with civil rights groups and elected officials about how to repair Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act.
Here's how President Obama's cabinet is stocking up for term two.
The Department of Justice announced that it will investigate claims that the Los Angeles Sherriff’s Department practiced harassment and discrimination against African-Americans living in housing projects.
Attorney General Eric Holder addressed homicide head-on at an NAACP event in Detroit on May 6. What Holder seems to know is that crime in the Black community is a symptom of larger problems, including unemployment, poverty and psychological trauma.
The Congressional Black Caucus is disappointed that President Obama has not named any new African-Americans to serve in his second-term cabinet.
Midwest BankCentre has agreed to invest in St. Louis urban communities in response to allegations.
The new year will ring in four more states with tougher new voting laws. But Texas may find its new law rejected by the Justice Department, which recently blocked a similar law in South Carolina.