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Latino Civil Rights Advocate Raúl Yzaguirre Among the 17 Recipients of...

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For 30 years, Raúl Yzaguirre headed one of the most important Latino civil rights organizations in the United States — the National Council of...

Beyond Tragedy, Uvalde’s Cultural History and Its Role in the Civil...

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An unthinkable tragedy put the city of Uvalde on the map for many people. However, its cultural and political history has been more important...

Civil Rights Activist Sylvia Mendez To Be Guest of Honor at...

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Civil rights activist Sylvia Mendez will be the guest of honor at the Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents networking event on February 19. Known...

Remembering Richard R. Wright, the Brains Behind National Freedom Day

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February 1st signifies the day that kicks off Black History Month — the time of year that America highlights the rich and often forgotten...

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: The Legacy of a Civil Rights...

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Every year on the third Monday of January we remember and celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy. Observed for the first time on January...

It’s Official! The 4th Annual Global Women’s March is in January...

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On January 21st of 2017, millions of women and allies around the world took to the streets to make themselves seen and heard, demonstrating...

Here’s How Voter Suppression Works Against Communities of Color

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In a historic moment for America, Stacey Abrams was the first black woman to deliver a State of the Union response this week. Her...