Bicameral bill would shift federal resources away from school police and incentivize investment in evidence-based supports for students
Clarke Becomes First Woman of color to lead the Department’s Civil Rights Division
A year after George Floyd’s murder, Advancement Project National Office reflects on how to build a #FreeandSafe society for all people of color.
A coalition of voting rights organizations filed a lawsuit to block the implementation of SB 90, Florida's egregious voter suppression law.
Senate Bill 90 is a full-frontal assault on the political power of Black and Brown Floridians. Florida politicians are advancing baseless claims of fraud and abuse as an excuse to eliminate voting tools and procedures that enabled Floridians to vote safety and securely during a public health crisis.
Yesterday, Florida’s state legislature passed Senate Bill 90, a monster voter suppression bill aimed at reducing access to the ballot box for Black and Brown voters.
Gupta is the first woman of color to be confirmed to the role
Coalition files complaint to block implementation of SB 202 in Georgia
This verdict, while unexpected in light of far too many past cases like this, does not bring George Floyd back.
Today, in response to the conviction of Derek Chauvin for second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter...
Today, we join Chicago in grief and outrage at the murder of Adam Toledo, a 13-year-old Latino boy whose life was cruelly taken by Chicago Police. We express our deepest sympathy to Adam’s friends and family; we stand in solidarity with organizers, activists, and the broader Chicago community as they take to the street to express their despair and demand justice.
“We are heartbroken and outraged at the murder of Daunte Wright. We stand in solidarity with Daunte’s family and the Black and Brown Minnesotans who are sharing their grief, outrage, and disgust after police have taken the life of another Black man in their state.