Civil Rights

“The right to vote is threatened today in a way that it has not been since the Voting Rights Act was passed in to law…

Attorney General Eric Holder and the U.S. Department of Justice released reports regarding accomplishments in various areas of the department. On Monday, the DOJ’s Civil…

President Barack Obama will speak directly to Black Americans this week, which I believe is part of the President’s ongoing crusade to outline a national…

In discussing the National Action Network (NAN) and its annual convention, founder, Rev. Al Sharpton, asserts NAN “Isn’t an Al Sharpton fan club.” The prominent…

04/04/14 – Rev. Jesse Jackson talks to us about the 10th Anniversary of civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Plus, Tom asks the…

The Senate rejected President Obama’s appointment of Debo Adegbile to a top civil rights post. For weeks, Adegbile’s nomination to head the Justice Department’s Civil Rights…

Since the dismantling of the Voting Rights Act, the right to vote has seen an increased amount of attacks with one goal in mind –…

In 1964, the marchers for civil rights and equality of African Americans sang the song that became known as the Civil Rights anthem: “We Shall…

President Barack Obama purposefully placed a bronze bust of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the Oval Office to remind him of King’s non-violent movement…

After CNN anchor Don Lemon said that Black people could help themselves by “pulling their pants up” he found himself in hot water with social…

With the continuing challenges of Black America in mind, despite our first African-American president, it’s a good time to come together. This year marks the…

North Carolina Attorney Julius Chambers founded the first racially integrated law practice in the southern United States in 1964. Chambers served as the first African…