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Virtual Civil Rights and Racial Justice Journey, August 13 – September 16, 2020

Once a week-August 13-September 16, 2020, 4:30-6:00pm PST; 7:30-9:00pm EST, join the Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom on a Virtual Civil Rights and Racial Justice Journey:  Conversations in Courage: A Safe Place to Learn and Discuss Race in America With the…

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BREATHE Act–Contact Your Representative to Support

The BREATHE Act, the 21st century Civil Rights Act, is “proposed federal legislation that would radically transform the nation’s criminal justice system through such changes as eliminating agencies like the Drug Enforcement Administration and the use of surveillance technology” that…

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Voting Rights: The Struggle Continues series

Recognizing the vital role of voting rights in the Civil Rights Movement, the Living Legacy Project would like to invite you to a series of six virtual programs focused on voting rights, past, present, and future. These programs, held on…

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Neshaminy School District can keep ‘Redskins’ name, but must educate students to prevent stereotypes, state commission says

“The Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission on Monday voted that the Neshaminy School District can continue to use the name Redskins for its athletic teams, but must educate students about Native American history to prevent stereotypes. The commission, which met in…

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2019 Summit for Civil Rights: A project to rebuild, reinvigorate and reignite a powerful multi racial civil rights movement in America, May 2-3

On May 2-3, 2019, at Rutgers Labor Education Center Auditorium, New Brunswick, civil rights scholars, economists, leaders and advocates will gather with labor, civic, faith and political leadership in New Brunswick, NJ to forge a renewed agenda for Building One…

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