Some Civil Rights Sites At Risk Of Being Lost To HistoryFrom a Civil War battlefield where Hispanic Union soldiers fought to birthplaces of civil rights leaders, sites linked to the nation's struggle for racial equality are overlooked, neglected and absent from travel guides.
Judge: Martin Luther King's Bible, Nobel To Go To His EstateA judge signed off on an agreement settling an ownership dispute that had essentially pitted the slain civil rights leader's two sons against their sister.
Court Finds Texas Voter ID Law 'Discriminatory' What Now?An appeals court has dealt the strongest blow yet to Texas' strict voter ID law, ruling that it violates federal protections against discrimination at the ballot box and must be reshaped before November.
Jesse Jackson Condemns Killing Of Dallas OfficersThe civil rights advocate said at a Friday news conference in Chicago that the shootings do not reflect "our struggle for justice whatsoever."
Johnson Publishing Selling Jet, Ebony Magazines To Texas CompanyEbony and Jet magazines, which have chronicled African-American life for the past 71 years, have been sold to an Austin-based private equity firm.
Denton City Council Rejects White Only-Cemetery RestrictionThe Denton City Council has renounced an unenforced 1933 deed requirement at a city cemetery that limited burial plots to white people.
New Book Sheds Light On Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X's FriendshipA new book is shedding light on the secret friendship between boxing great Muhammad Ali and civil rights leader Malcolm X.
104-Year-Old Fort Worth Woman Says She Met MLKMarilyn Lucille Baker was born before women could vote. She grew up in a world with segregated schools and stores and saw people protest when those boundaries were challenged.
Fort Worth Among Cities Chosen For Project On Curbing Racial BiasFort Worth is in a group of six U.S. cities that will participate in a federal pilot program aimed at reducing racial bias and improving ties between law enforcement and communities.
SMU Students Mark History Milestone With Trip To SelmaThey are marching back in history to mark a major milestone. Students from Southern Methodist University loaded into buses Friday and set off -- bound for Selma, Alabama.
New Report Documents History Of American LynchingsThe Equal Justice Initiative, a Montgomery, Alabama-based civil rights organization, released a report Tuesday documenting the history of lynchings and racial terror acts in America.
Supreme Court Divided In Housing Bias DebateThe Supreme Court appeared to be sharply divided on Wednesday in their debate over a decades-old strategy for fighting discrimination in housing.

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