Civil Rights

Years of white rage over nonwhite attempts to vote have given Black progressives an incomparable view of right-wing extremism and the nation’s ability to reject it.
In Greensboro, North Carolina, the vice president takes a seat Rosa Parks once occupied after the counter became part of a civil rights museum.
More than 80 former officials are supporting the nomination of Kristen Clarke, a longtime civil rights lawyer who would be the first woman confirmed to the job.
Sen. Mitch McConnell falsely claimed that the filibuster had “no racial history at all.”
The Senate minority leader was schooled on the history of the filibuster.
Activists to remember the late John Lewis, Joseph Lowery, C.T. Vivian and Bruce Boynton at a virtual commemoration of the 56th anniversary of Bloody Sunday.
His role as a Washington insider took him all the way to the White House, where he was a close friend and adviser to President Bill Clinton.
A former undercover police officer left a note alleging that he assisted the NYPD and FBI in the murder of Malcolm X.
Deborah Archer will be the ACLU’s eighth president since 1920.
War-like imagery is spreading in Republican circles post-Capitol riot. Democrats believe isn't an accident.