Tagged: CIVIL RIGHTS
A day long marathon of trainings for lawyers and non-lawyers alike, brought to you by the Institute for Policy Studies, the DC Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild, and the UDC David A. Clarke School of Law.
As I weep over the death of America’s black men, I remember my brother’s struggle for his freedom against unnecessary police searches.
Support of civil and human rights will drive the millennial voice in the upcoming presidential election.
State and local governments should enact Economic Bills of Rights to redefine human rights for the 21st century.
It would take the average black family 228 years to accrue the same amount of wealth that white families have today.
A Politics and Prose DC book launch with author and IPS board member Lewis M. Steel, whose new book tells his personal story of a Warner Brothers family grandson who spent more than fifty years as a fighting, no holds barred civil rights lawyer.
It shouldn’t have taken 150 years and the deaths of nine innocent churchgoers for Southern states to renounce the Confederate flag.
The Supreme Court’s affirmation of the right to marry and its rainbow-striped afterglow unleashed conservative tantrums.
Institute for Policy Studies, with Teaching for Change bookstore and Busboys and Poets, welcomes Matt Herron, Dorie Ladner, and a panel moderated by Askia Muhammad to discuss the book on "Activist Photographers of the Civil Rights Movement"
This reprimand was one of the mechanisms by which racism is maintained and one of the reasons white people stay quiet about racism.