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Dick Gregory and Clyde Bellecourt  continue as great civil rights warriors

Dick Gregory and Clyde Bellecourt continue as great civil rights warriors

Oct. 17 | Our November 6, 2013 column, “‘Redskins’ controversy heats up again,” opposed the NFL’s use of the NFL Washington team’s racist name and image (the column linking to eight historical points exposing the racist origin, racist nature and...

If the Civil Rights move is dead, what did we gain from it?

If the Civil Rights move is dead, what did we gain from it?

Oct. 4 | By Jessica Wright Guest Commentator “The movement is dead to the white man because it no longer interests him, and it no longer interests him because he can afford to be uninterested. He does not have to live by it, for it, or with it, as Negroes...

Remembering Lillian Anderson, Minneapolis’ first civil rights director

Remembering Lillian Anderson, Minneapolis’ first civil rights director

Aug. 3 | Longtime friend Josie Johnson offers tribute to ‘a tough sister’   By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   Asked which adjectives she’d use to describe Minneapolis’ first civil rights director Rev. Lillian D. Anthony, her longtime friend...

Council on Black Minnesotans has new director, new agenda, new vision to get beyond tolerance

Council on Black Minnesotans has new director, new agenda, new vision to get beyond tolerance

Mar. 13 |           Edward McDonaldPhoto by James L. Stroud, Jr. By Vickie Evans-Nash Editor-in-Chief   In October 2012, Edward McDonald was appointed director of the Council on Black Minnesotans (COBM). The process began when he...

Obama linking Selma to Stonewall  divides Black community

Obama linking Selma to Stonewall divides Black community

Jan. 30 |   President Barack Obama’s inaugural address was the most inclusive speech a president has ever given. It was delivered on the 27th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, and the president honored King’s legacy when he eloquently spoke...

Lawyers’ committee submits testimony to senate hearing: ‘Ending the School-to-Prison Pipeline’

Lawyers’ committee submits testimony to senate hearing: ‘Ending the School-to-Prison Pipeline’

Dec. 26 |   By Lawyers’ Committee staff Contributing Writers   The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law (LCCRUL) applauds Senator Richard J. Durbin for convening the important hearing “Ending the School-to-Prison Pipeline” before...

Report examines coverage of LGBT issues in  Black, Latino media

Report examines coverage of LGBT issues in Black, Latino media

Oct. 10 |   FIRST OF A TWO-PART STORY By Charles Hallman Staff Writer     A new report from The Opportunity Agenda points out that favorable public opinion about lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people of color is slowly growing...

Black lawmakers almost killed Title IX

Black lawmakers almost killed Title IX

Sep. 26 | Landmark bill caught in race vs. gender  equity wrangling   Long before Title IX, Black females have been participants in sport. “There [always] has been a strong African American women presence in sport,” notes Ohio State Sport Humanities...
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