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Americans should never accept the human rights catastrophe on our border
July 12, 2018
The human rights catastrophe keeps getting worse. ... read more »
Civil Rights Leaders Slam Trump Administration’s Policy of Separating Children from Their Families at Southern U.S. Border, Demand End to Devastating Policy
June 21, 2018
From October 2017 to May 2018, more than 2,700 children have been separated from their parents and the rate of those separations have risen alarmingly—in the past six weeks alone, at least 1,995 children have been taken from their parents and placed in shelter facilities that are already nearing capacity ... read more »
Rep. Bass Joins More Than 100 Members In Introducing The Keep Families Together Act of 2018
June 21, 2018
Rep. Karen Bass (D-Calif.) joined more than 100 of her colleagues in introducing the Keep Families Together Act of 2018 in response to the Trump administration’s insidious practice of family separation. ... read more »
CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS CLOSE BUT NOT THE SAME
April 5, 2018
Four years ago, the 50th anniversary of the passage of the U.S. Civil Rights Act of 1964 was celebrated throughout the nation which included high profile television and print media coverage.  It was supposed to change race relations in America but Blacks and civil rights  leaders cautioned that despite progress, the fight for full justice and equity was far from over.  ... read more »
International Court to Seek Reparations for Thousands of African War Victims
November 23, 2017
But they unleashed a five-month reign of terror, with the court handing down its toughest penalty for sadistic, cruel rapes and murders. ... read more »
Celebration of Fannie Lou Hamer’s 100th Birthday
October 12, 2017
Crumble expressed that he was the first in his family to attend college; he was ready to give up in his first semester due to an unfriendly atmosphere and a feeling of disconnect, until an African Studies class in womanism introduced him to Hamer. ... read more »
U.S.-Based Kenyan Scholars Spar Over Election Outcome
September 12, 2017
In a speech given in English, Mr Kenyatta called for the decision to be respected. But in comments to supporters made in Swahili, he denounced the judges as “wakora” (crooks) and claimed that their decision was the work of “whites” and “homosexuals”. ... read more »
Kenyan Elections Jarred By Torture Murder Of Election Official
August 1, 2017
Msando, who had a key role developing a new electronic ballot and voter registration system at the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, had been missing for three days. ... read more »
Black Families Believe Racial Inequality Growing in U.S. Schools
July 13, 2017
Black families overwhelmingly believe that their schools are underfunded, and that racial inequality is growing, according to a poll conducted by The Leadership Conference Education Fund and the Anzalone Liszt Grove Research firm. ... read more »
Dr. Ora Mobley Sweeting, Human Rights Activist & Author Celebrates Legacy of Activism & 90th Birthday
June 22, 2017
Dr. Ora Mobley Sweeting, walked into her 90th Birthday Celebration dancing to the Motown sounds of Greg Matta and his old school harmony singing group. ... read more »
UN: Reparations are owed to Blacks in America
November 10, 2016
the “slave trade and the legacy of slavery are the root causes of social and economic inequalities, hatred, fanaticism, racism and prejudice that today continue to affect people of African descent.” --Ambassador Ana Silva Rodriguez Abascal ... read more »
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