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Judge OKs Pact Ending Ark. Desegregation Payments
A federal judge has approved a settlement allowing the state of Arkansas to stop making payments to...


Challenges Remain for Little Rock, Amid Ruling
Jesse Washington writes that challenges still remain for Little Rock, Arkansas, school districts an...


Charlotte Remembers 1963 Desegregation "Eat-In"
Fifty years ago, civil rights leaders and white business owners joined forces to end segregation....


Department of Justice Sues Louisiana to Block School Vouchers
The U.S. Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit against the state of Louisiana to block them fro...


Appeals Court: Arkansas Can't Stop Desegregation Funds
The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Arkansas cannot cut off millions of dollars in fun...


Little Rock Schools Fight for Desegregation Program
Three Little Rock school districts argue desegregation program is about giving parents more options...


Barbour Explains Remarks About Desegregation
WASHINGTON – Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour, a potential Republican presidential candidate, s...


News| Race In America | Judge OKs End to Desegregation in San Francisco
Posted Nov.11, 2005 – It's a done deal.  A judge on Tuesday Ok’d the end to a 22-year-old cour...


First Black Judge on Louisiana's High Court Dies
Posted June 23, 2008 – Justice Revius O. Ortique, a seminal civil rights figure and the first Afric...


Racial Segregation Returns to Many Schools: Report
Racial segregation has increased in many large and medium-size school districts around the country ...


This Day in Black History: Oct. 29, 1969
The Supreme Court orders immediate school desegregation on Oct. 29, 1969....


50-Year Orange County Degregation Lawsuit Resolved
Don’t Believe T.O.’s the Greatest? Just Ask Him...


North Carolina: Fear of "Resegregation" Sparks Unrest
North Carolina: Fear of resegregation sparks unrest....


Commentary: How Integration Killed the Black Baseball Fan
While desegregation has been a plus, it has made baseball and its history an afterthought....


Michael Ealy to Play Civil Rights Activist in New Film
Actor to portray Biloxi doctor who successfully sued Mississippi....


Election Nearly Wipes out White Southern Democrats
Election Nearly Wipes out White Southern Democrats...


Bill Cosby Sounds Off on the GOP
Bill Cosby slams Republican lawmakers' behavior at President Obama's State of the Union address....


Are Baseball Umpires Biased Against Black Pitchers?
Study finds that Black and other minority pitchers get less strike calls than white pitchers....


U.S. Postal Service to Honor Rosa Parks
The civil rights icon will be celebrated with a Forever Stamp....


First Black President of Library Group Dies in NC
First Black president of library group dies in NC....

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