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The civil rights icon was born on this day in 1927.
The former home of Atlanta’s first Black mayor Maynard Jackson will be transformed into affordable housing.
Remembering the life of civil rights leader and attorney, J. Charles Jones.
Leila Williams, founder of the historic Atlanta restaurant Leila's Dinette, recently celebrated her 107th birthday.
A new report claims that former Vice President Joe Biden has repeatedly and knowingly lied about his involvement in the…
Canada’s new $10 bill featuring Black Civil Rights activist Viola Desmond has gone into circulation.
Rest in power, Aretha.
Civil Rights leader Rev. James Lawson will be honored with the creation of a scholarship in his name at Vanderbilt…
Trauma for American-Americans began with slavery and continues today.
A mayor called for authorities to use water cannons on demonstrators who are protesting the police killing of Antwon Rose.
The home where civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks once lived will be auctioned off.
The Rev. James Cone, the scholar who founded Black liberation theology, died at age 79.
Equality is the focus of the 2018 conference.
The Rev. Billy Graham, who died on Feb. 21, supported the Civil Rights Movement and developed a friendship with the…
Civil Rights icon Rosa Parks’ Detroit home will be on display in Providence, Rhode Island next year.
Hugh Hefner, who transformed Playboy magazine in a sprawling media empire, died on Wednesday at his home, the Playboy Mansion…
Simeon Wright, Emmett Till’s cousin, died at age 74. Till's lynching in 1955 galvanized the civil rights movement.
Rep. John Lewis was brought to tears while visiting an exhibit centered on sit-ins at Atlanta’s Center for Civil and…
A new documentary about James Baldwin, the late activist-writer, highlights America’s disappointing progress around issues of race and equality.
The new legislation will allow civil rights cold cases that happened prior to 1970 to be reopened.