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NC Ruling is Just the First Step in a Legal Battle to Protect Voters of Color

April 26, 2016

NC Ruling is Just the First Step in a Legal Battle to Protect Voters of Color

Federal Judge Approves Ferguson Consent Decree Following Public Hearing

April 20, 2016

Federal Judge Approves Ferguson Consent Decree Following Public Hearing

Video of School Police Officer Body Slamming Student Demonstrates Need to Remove Police From Schools

April 07, 2016

Video of School Police Officer Body Slamming Student Demonstrates Need to Remove Police From Schools

OCR Announces Investigation of Discrimination Against Black Students in Pinellas County

April 05, 2016

OCR Announces Investigation of Discrimination Against Black Students in Pinellas County

Supreme Court Ruling on Texas Redistricting Case Affirms Value of One Person, One Vote

April 04, 2016

Supreme Court Ruling on Texas Redistricting Case Affirms Value of One Person, One Vote

Long Lines in Arizona Signal Electoral Chaos; Voters of Color Face Steep Barriers to the Ballot

March 24, 2016

Long Lines in Arizona Signal Electoral Chaos; Voters of Color Face Steep Barriers to the Ballot

New Report Shows Georgia’s ‘Felony Driving Law’s’ Disproportionate Impact on Communities of Color

March 24, 2016

New Report Shows Georgia’s ‘Felony Driving Law’s’ Disproportionate Impact on Communities of Color

Faith and Moral Leaders Launching National Revival Tour to Redefine Morality in American Politics

March 23, 2016

Faith and Moral Leaders Launching National Revival Tour to Redefine Morality in American Politics

Plaintiff in Trial Challenging NC’s Restrictive Voter ID Law to Visit White House

March 16, 2016

Plaintiff in Trial Challenging NC’s Restrictive Voter ID Law to Visit White House

Long Lines, Confusion in North Carolina Show Impact of Voter Suppression Law

March 16, 2016

Long Lines, Confusion in North Carolina Show Impact of Voter Suppression Law

OCR Announces Investigation of Discriminatory School Disciplinary Practices in DeSoto County Schools

March 15, 2016

OCR Announces Investigation of Discriminatory School Disciplinary Practices in DeSoto County Schools

March 09, 2016

Action by EAC Director Could Make Voter Registration Harder for People of Color

Federal Government Must do More to Protect Students

March 03, 2016

Federal Government Must do More to Protect Students

Advancement Project Joins Two Flint Organizations in Hosting #BlackFlintRising

March 02, 2016

Advancement Project Joins Two Flint Organizations in Hosting #BlackFlintRising

Advancement Project Encouraged by Secretary Clinton’s Plan To Dismantle School-to-Prison Pipeline

February 17, 2016

Advancement Project Encouraged by Secretary Clinton’s Plan To Dismantle School-to-Prison Pipeline

Comparing Beyoncé’s Super Bowl Performance to the KKK is Wrong and Unacceptable

February 11, 2016

Comparing Beyoncé’s Super Bowl Performance to the KKK is Wrong and Unacceptable

Statement on President Obama’s Call for Expanded Voting Rights

February 11, 2016

Statement on President Obama’s Call for Expanded Voting Rights

State Legislature Overrides Governor’s Veto to Restore Voting Rights for 40,000 Marylanders

February 10, 2016

State Legislature Overrides Governor’s Veto to Restore Voting Rights for 40,000 Marylanders

Each Stage of NC Photo ID Process Burdens African-American, Latino Voters

February 01, 2016

Each Stage of NC Photo ID Process Burdens African-American, Latino Voters

Elected and Appointed Officials Highlight Discriminatory Intent and Impact of Photo ID Law

January 29, 2016

Elected and Appointed Officials Highlight Discriminatory Intent and Impact of Photo ID Law

Plaintiffs Rest Their Case in Historic Legal Challenge to North Carolina’s Voter Suppression Law in Federal Court

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