Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

The administration has done virtually nothing to advance the right to vote, a pillar of the civil rights movement documented at a new Mississippi museum.
Eight Democrats voted for Joan Larsen, who will now sit on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit.
Thomas Farr, Trump’s pick for a U.S. District Court seat, defended North Carolina’s voter suppression law and racist gerrymandering.
Vanita Gupta has been named the next chief of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights.
As Congress and the nation are increasingly focused on the need for systemic reform, the Coalition and its partners, on both sides of the political spectrum, believe we are on the cusp of meaningful change, through fair sentencing and fair chances.
28 civil rights groups wishing for greater federal enforcement must now reckon with both lesser enforcement and federal acknowledgement that the anti-testing movement is gaining strength.
While policy discussion in the traditional media confines of D.C. conventional wisdom is depressingly narrow, the progressive movement is bubbling with not only big and bold policy ideas but energy as to how to push them even in the face of Republican control of many of the levers of government power.
A spokesman for the Department of Education, Justin Hamilton, said in a statement: "We think this is information that parents
South Korean car manufacturer Hyundai, which has large plants in Alabama, hasn't responded publicly to the state's extreme
Today, many for-profit colleges have picked up where the subprime lenders left off. They are using the same promise of the American dream as bait to trap vulnerable students into underperforming schools and saddling them with a lifetime of debt.
By Daniel Burke Religion News Service The Washington-based Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights (LCCR) was founded