The ice cream brand is hoping to put an "end to structural racism" in the criminal legal system with its newest flavor, "Justice Remix'd."
"It is beyond unacceptable that the state of Missouri has launched a photo ID requirement while not sufficiently preparing, educating voters, or funding it."
More than 1,800 lives were lost and 600,000 people were left homeless. With the ten-year anniversary of the storm looming, now is an important opportunity to reflect on the ways New Orleans has changed since Katrina.
Urban teachers rarely hear a negative word by a student about their mother. These fathers echoed students' devotion to their mothers which serves as the "protected territory of the hearts, demilitarized zone in lives of conflict."
Richardson said the lawsuit, which is one of many, is set to go to trial this summer. Despite the blow to the Voting Rights
The petition seeking Supreme Court review was filed by the Advancement Project and the American Civil Liberties Union, two
The single most destructive aspect of the contemporary school reform movement, with its faith in "testing without investing
As the U.S. Supreme Court rightfully makes way for same-sex marriage across the country, it simultaneously regresses policy on another civil liberty, voting rights.
Though slow and unsteady, the gradual expansion of voting rights in the United States has been one of our country's most significant achievements. But now, groups of politicians and their supporters, seeking to steer outcomes of elections in their favor, are working to restrict access to voting.
The NAACP on Thursday expressed appreciation for lawmakers' effort to update voting rights laws, but raised "serious concerns" with provisions of the bill.