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John Lewis Takes Readers on a ‘March’ through Civil Rights

by Reginald Stuart | February 13, 2014
John Lewis’ best-selling graphic novel depicting the civil rights movement is the first in a [...] Read more

Americans More Accepting of Interracial Couples and Marriages

by | January 23, 2014
Mildred and Richard Loving were a mixed-race couple from Virginia who were arrested by local la [...] Read more

Ohio State to Invest $200M to Create Arts District

by Associated Press | December 30, 2013
Ohio State University wants to invest as much as $200 million over the next decade to create an [...] Read more

Agreement Reached to Reduce Student Arrests in Florida

by Christine Armario, Associated Press | November 5, 2013
A deal has been reached between the NAACP, law enforcement and the Broward County Public School [...] Read more

Ala. Leaders Tread Lightly on Forcing Segregation for U of Ala. Greeks

by Jay Reeves, Associated Press | September 22, 2013
From the governor to a U.S. attorney, state and other leaders say they want to move past failed [...] Read more

N.C. County School Board Removes ‘Invisible Man’ From Library Shelves

by Associated Press | September 19, 2013
The Randolph County School Board has voted to take Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man from its lib [...] Read more

Ex-Student Leaders: End Greek Segregation at University of Alabama

by Jay Reeves, Associated Press |
Former student leaders at the University of Alabama went public Thursday in support of more div [...] Read more

Several Hundred March Against Greek Segregation at University of Alabama

by Jay Reeves, Associated Press | September 18, 2013
Several hundred people marched Wednesday at the University of Alabama to oppose racial segregat [...] Read more

ETS Explores the Link Between Poverty and Education

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | July 24, 2013
The Educational Testing Service discusses their new report and offers ideas for policymakers on [...] Read more

There’s Reality and There’s Clarence Thomas

by Ibram X. Kendi | July 2, 2013
Why is Justice Clarence Thomas ignoring the reality of segregationist arguments in the Fisher v [...] Read more

Maxine A. Smith, Memphis Civil Rights Leader, Dies

by Associated Press | April 28, 2013
Maxine A. Smith, an influential Memphis civil rights leader, died Friday. She was 83. [...] Read more

Special Report: Black History Month

| February 13, 2013
No Turning Back: Marking 50 years of progress since walls segregation fell at Southern institu [...] Read more

New MOOC Expands Civil Rights Instruction

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | January 27, 2013
Civil rights historian and award-winning author Taylor Branch is on a mission to make the Civil [...] Read more

Commentary: Could End of Affirmative Action Be Boon for Black Colleges?

by Aaron N. Taylor | September 27, 2012
Students should choose HBCUs based not on attenuation of opportunities, but on tangible benefit [...] Read more

Lecture: Learning, Educational Attainment Rest on Belief in Students

by William J. Ford | October 28, 2011
Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings offered polite criticism, weighty research insights, and humor on Th [...] Read more