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Featured News: Society: Civil Rights
December 11, 2013 -- New York civil rights violation lawyer David Perecman of The Perecman Firm...
December 11, 2013 -- Author John Crawley announces the publication of his 13th novel, Letters from Paris. Crawley’s latest work revolves around the life and writings of expatriate, Clare de Fontroy, the daughter of a slave who chronicles the evolution of society through the 20th century.
December 10, 2013 -- Vogel Bach PC offers extensive legal expertise in a wide variety of corporate as well as litigation matters to large corporations, small businesses and individuals
December 10, 2013 -- Leaders, Thinkers and Activists from 60 countries to participate
December 10, 2013 -- Report Cards to Be Issued to Latino Communities Before 2014 Election
December 10, 2013 -- Organization in the Lower 9th Ward of New Orleans offers free legal assistance to the New Orleans community.
December 10, 2013 -- The recent passing of the noble Nelson Mandela inspired Songs to Educate founders to pay tribute through the song "Shines the Life," written in South Africa by Paul Zeir on the threshold of...
December 10, 2013 -- Members of Restoration Community Church will start their Christmas by serving breakfast to homeless people in Denver who don't have a home to celebrate Christmas.
December 09, 2013 -- Students wearing "I (Heart) Boobies" bracelets to support breast cancer awareness were told by the school district in Easton, Pennsylvania that the bracelets were 'lewd' and...
December 09, 2013 -- The Day of Action includes 90 events across the country that brings together teachers, parents, students and community leaders who are dissatisfied with the current state of public education.
December 09, 2013 -- Francois vanWyk explores the realities of inequality in South Africa.
December 08, 2013 -- In honor of Nelson Mandela, SoBe Entertainment releases tribute song "Mandela: Father of a Nation: We Thank You" to the world.
December 06, 2013 -- Groups to Intensify Civic Engagement Campaigns
December 05, 2013 -- New York civil rights violation lawyer David Perecman comments on the revised stop and frisk policies issued to the NYPD.
December 05, 2013 -- Today, LULAC celebrates the establishment of its California Regional Office and honors Assembly Member Luis Alejo with the “Promotor de Oportunidades” Award.
December 05, 2013 -- A letter sent to the NFL and Washington’s team owner by more than 60 clergy members is the centerpiece of a new ad from the Oneida Indian Nation’s...
December 04, 2013 -- UOSSM asks the WHO and UNICEF to extend their vaccination campaign against polio to areas under opposition control, to ensure a mass vaccination among susceptible children across Syria and in the...
December 04, 2013 -- Grantorto officials in acknowledging Youth for Human Rights, the human rights education initiative the Church of Scientology supports.
December 04, 2013 -- B MacGregor's debut novel, "A Fag for Her Fifties" is the transformative story of Beulah Mae Osguard who desperately wants out of her fifty year old closet - a confining, monotonous...
December 04, 2013 -- Attorney, author Erálides Cabrera explores race relations, young love and societal expectations.
December 02, 2013 -- An evaluation of International Development Association (IDA) countries finds that World Bank Group portfolio performance in low-income fragile and conflict-affected states (FCS) has improved since...
December 02, 2013 -- Lawyer Dwight Pettit recounts experiences and trials in 60 years following landmark Supreme Court decision in new book.
December 02, 2013 -- Human rights leader and One Free World International founder Majed El Shafie participated in the Forum on Minority Issues, Sixth Session - “Beyond freedom of religion or belief: guaranteeing the...
December 01, 2013 -- Oliver Mtukudzi and the Black Spirits return to San Rafael’s Osher Marin JCC, for a very special night of African music from the performer that Bonnie Raitt calls “a treasure”.
November 30, 2013 -- Can law enforcement track people by GPS without a warrant? A U.S. Appeals court says no, and Hope Lefeber, a leading Philadelphia criminal defense attorney, discusses the implications.