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Transgender bill does not address important issues: Par panel

A BJP MP-headed parliamentary panel has criticised the government's draft transgender bill for not addressing important civil rights issues such as marriage and divorce among members of the community.

Conservatives seek to stop law school’s civil rights center from filing lawsuits

The Center for Civil Rights at the University of North Carolina’s law school will be barred from filing lawsuits if conservatives on the university’s policy-making…
ABA Journal

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News video: Social Justice, Civil Right Policies In Discussion At NAACP Convention In Baltimore

Social Justice, Civil Right Policies In Discussion At NAACP Convention In Baltimore 01:40

Rick Ritter reports.
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News video: Rep. John Lewis marches through Comic-Con with 1000 people

Rep. John Lewis marches through Comic-Con with 1000 people 00:38

The AP reports that U.S. Representative John Lewis led a march through Comic-Con on Saturday. They estimate that the civil rights leader was joined by about one thousand people, as they walked through..
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News video: Well, I Don't Know About That - America's First Amendment

Well, I Don't Know About That - America's First Amendment

Jim explores the constant controversy surrounding the notion of freedom of speech in the U.S.
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News video: Trump declines invitation to speak at NAACP convention

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Trump declines invitation to speak at NAACP convention
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Republicans confirm Trump-nominated judge who compared abortion to slavery

Civil rights groups had urged senators to vote against the conservative nominee

No civil rights charges for New Mexico police who shot homeless man

(Reuters) - Two New Mexico police officers will not face federal civil rights charges over the 2014 fatal shooting of a homeless man that triggered violent protests, the U.S. Justice Department said on..

Where To Start... John Coltrane

where to start... john coltrane
Celebrating the work of a saxophone and spiritual giant... It is now 50 years since the corporeal body known as *John Coltrane* passed, allowing his spirit to ascend to higher levels of..

Republican bill would re-write civil rights laws to stop protecting trans people

A Republican-backed bill would rewrite civil rights laws to specifically exclude transgender people.

‘Black Power’ exhibition opens at London’s Tate Modern

‘Soul of a Nation’ explores the emergence of ‘Black Art’ during the US civil rights movement

Donald Trump's election fraud commission sued by civil rights group

The ACLU has filed a lawsuit over the commission's alleged lack of transparency

Civil rights groups battle Texas Republicans in court on redistricting

SAN ANTONIO (Reuters) - Civil rights groups accused Texas Republicans of illegally drawing district maps with the intention of diluting the voting power of minorities at the start of a hearing on..

Disabled Baton Rouge police officer sues Black Lives Matter over ambush shooting

Plaintiff named only as 'Officer John Doe Smith', 42, seeks to hold civil rights movement responsible for attack

Civil rights warriors file US lawsuit: Let us see Five Eyes agreement

The Register

Mississippi counties ordered to stop jailing poor people indefinitely

(Reuters) - A U.S. federal judge has ordered four central Mississippi counties to appoint public defenders for arrestees when they are detained instead of jailing them for months without providing..

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos slammed by Democratic senators for cutting civil rights enforcement

Education Secretary Betsy DeVoss has been slammed by a group of 34 Democratic senators for making cuts to civil rights enforcement.

Emmett Till Mississippi civil rights memorial vandalised for second time in two months

The black teenager was lynched by a white mob
Independent Also reported by •BBC News

Japan passes pre-emptive anti-terrorism law

Campaigners say conspiracy measure threatens privacy and civil rights

Rev Jesse Jackson to open new Museum of Free Derry

rev jesse jackson to open new museum of free derry
The US civil rights leader will open the new museum with Martin McGuinness's son, Fiachra.
BBC News

New York City to make some minor offenses fines, not crimes

NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York City will release new rules for police on Tuesday curbing the practice of bringing criminal charges against people caught drinking alcohol or urinating in public, among..

Photographer's journey across segregated 1960s US

photographer's journey across segregated 1960s us
Reprint of classic record of the Civil Rights movement includes previously unseen photographs.
BBC News

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