Commitment To MLK's Unfinished Work Remains 50 Years LaterDr. Martin Luther King's legacy continues, evident today in a new generation protesting many of the same issues the civil rights leader confronted 50 years ago: inequality, police brutality and poverty.
Linda Brown, Student In Brown v. Board Of Education Case, DiesLinda Brown Thompson, who as a young girl was the student at the center of the Brown v. Board of Education case that declared school segregation unconstitutional, has died.
The Ones For Texas: Pair Who Played Role In Desegregation Of North Texas SchoolsAs Black History Month comes to a close, CBS11 looks back on two men who helped shape one of the most significant civil rights advances in our state's history.
Serena Williams Champions Issues Both On & Off The Tennis CourtMoments after Serena Williams won her seventh Wimbledon title, she proudly raised her fist in a black power salute. "What caused me to speak out? Just life," Williams said. "That's just who I am.
LULAC Members Push For New Leadership Amid Immigration DebateThe oldest Latino civil rights organization in the U.S. is facing turmoil over its leader's initial support for President Trump's immigration plan, and it comes amid evolving membership.
Lawsuit Says Motel 6 Told Immigration Agents About Latino CustomersA civil rights group has sued Motel 6, alleging that it discriminated against Latino customers by giving their whereabouts and personal information to U.S. immigration agents.
Dr. King's Dream Alive In DallasThe Dallas MLK Parade is part of three-day series of faith based and community activism events.
Advocates Want #MeToo Debate To Include Immigrant Detention CentersAs the national discussion about sexual misconduct grows, advocates for immigrants said that they hope the conversation will include behavior in immigrant detention facilities.
Justices Take Up Dispute Over Wedding Cake For Gay CoupleThe Supreme Court is taking up the highly anticipated case of the Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.
Civil Rights Icon Leads March Through California Comic-ConCivil rights leader John Lewis led a march through Comic-Con on Saturday.
Sheila Michaels, Who Popularized 'Ms.' For Women, Dies At 78Sheila Michaels, a feminist and civil-rights activist in the 1960s who has been credited with popularizing the courtesy title "Ms.," has died.
Alabama City Re-Enacts March That Sparked "Bloody Sunday"Throngs of people converged in the city of Selma, Alabama, for the annual re-enactment of a key event in the civil rights movement. Sunday marked the 52nd anniversary of the march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge.