Tag: civil rights
Photojournalist sees his work documenting ’60s as antidote to ‘sanitized’ history.
A figure who rose above childhood trauma and the crushing limits of segregation became a leading voice in American culture. Read more …
Angry crowd turns on officers after second fatal police shooting this month and the third this year.
Activists say Cal officials have been ‘deliberately indifferent’ to sexual violence and its survivors.
New book by New York Times reporter details the behind-the-scenes battle to legalize same-sex marriage.
Suit says shooting was part of pattern of incidents involving non-threatening or disabled people.
After rising chorus of privacy concerns, system will cover only airport and Port of Oakland property.
Judges say LGBT jury pool members enjoy the same right to serve on juries as other protected groups.
Federal suit says Albany’s plans to move residents from site would violate residents’ civil rights.