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Leading Civil Rights & Racial Justice Organizations Observe the National Day of Racial Healing

Leading racial equity organizations will pause to participate in the 5th Annual W.K. Kellogg National Day of Racial Healing (#NDORH) on January 19, 2020.

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Advancement Project National Office Applauds Nomination of Civil Rights Leaders to Biden-Harris U.S. Department of Justice

“Vanita Gupta and Kristen Clarke are formative civil rights leaders with decades of experience fighting discrimination, ensuring equity and safeguarding all Americans."

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Leading Civil Rights and Racial Justice Organizations Denounce Domestic Terrorism at U.S. Capitol

‘Those who aim to obstruct the peaceful transition of power must be held accountable.’

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National Civil Rights Organization Condemns Unprecedented Attempt to Subvert American Democracy

"When Black and Brown voters exercise power at the polls, a fierce whitelash has always attempted to silence them. Our nation must stand firm in protecting the right to vote and ensure our nation maintains a just democracy.”

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Advancement Project National Office Responds to DA Announcement in Jacob Blake Shooting

The Kenosha County District Attorney, Michael Graveley, today announced that Rusten Sheskey, the police officer who shot Jacob Blake seven times in August will not be criminally charged.

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Groups Call for a Justice Department Committed to Civil Rights Enforcement

WASHINGTON – The Leadership Conference…

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