What Is ‘Juneteenth’ And Where Can You Celebrate It This Year?

T.I. Calls For A Starbucks Boycott After The Senseless Arrest Of Two Black Men Waiting For A Friend

The EPA Violated The Law By Failing To Respond To Civil Rights Complaints, Rules A Court

Oprah Praises The Florida School Shooting Survivors As Reminiscent Of Civil Rights Icons

A Federal Appeals Court Rules That The Civil Rights Act Protects LGBT Employees

Controversial Former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio Will Run For Senate Following His Trump Pardon

A Court Is Forcing Ben Carson To Be A Civil Rights Champion For A Day

‘Fox & Friends’ Pounced On David Clarke For Mocking Civil Rights Icon John Lewis As ‘Irrelevant’

John Lewis Will Not Attend A Civil Rights Museum Opening Because President Trump WIll Be There

Texas Prisons Have Banned ‘Where’s Waldo’ And ‘Charlie Brown’ But Not Hitler’s ‘Mein Kampf’

The Trump Administration Is Siding With A Colorado Baker Who Refused A Wedding Cake To A Same-Sex Couple

The ACLU Is Suing Washington D.C.’s Transit System On Internet Troll Milo Yiannopoulos’ Behalf

State Legislatures Have Introduced Almost 350 Bills To Limit LGBT Rights Since 2013

The Justice Department Argues That The Civil Rights Act Doesn’t Protect Gay People In The Workplace

A Sinclair Broadcasting-Owned News Station Used A Photo Of Black Lives Matter Activist DeRay McKesson For A Robbery Story

Germany Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage After Angela Merkel Clears The Way For A Vote (And Votes Against It)

The Supreme Court Will Hear The Case Of The Baker Who Refused To Make A Same-Sex Wedding Cake

A New Alabama Law Makes It Illegal To Remove Confederate Monuments