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Formerly incarcerated author and activist Jamila T. Davis separates fact from fiction.
Here are five modern-day voting rights heroes everyone should know.
According to a Sentencing Project study, the Garden State has a lot of Black people locked up. A new law…
Democrats are coming after Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp after he used nearly every trick in the Jim Crow voter suppression…
The heavily white Republican voter population affected by the storm has the governor on their side.
Florida’s Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis clearly crossed the line with his racist question.
Thomas, once again, sides with the high court's conservative judges.
Voters could lead the way in restoring voting rights to scores of disenfranchised ex-offenders.
Lawyers filed legal documents that asked a North Carolina court to drop charges against five former felons accused of illegally…
The Rev. Al Sharpton led a battle cry at the National Action Network convention to defend civil rights.
This is Suppression Sunday.
Inmates in Cook County Jail participated in the first jail-wide, in-person voting session on Saturday.
A federal judge handed down a ruling that harshly criticized the state.
Two New York City lawmakers introduced a bill that would block felons from seeking elected office.
Voting rights campaigners gathered enough signatures for a ballot initiative that would restore voting rights to 1.5 million felons.
President Donald Trump dissolved his voter fraud commission in the face of several lawsuits and widespread criticism.
Thousands of Black ex-felons were among the massive African-American voter turnout in Alabama that swept Doug Jones into the U.S.…
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that Republican lawmakers violated the Constitution by packing Black voters into a few congressional…
The Rev. William J. Barber discusses his efforts to revive the Poor People's Campaign with Roland Martin on NewsOne Now
Civil rights leaders met with Attorney General Jeff Sessions to discuss their concerns about the DOJ's direction.