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Another child without justice

On November 23, 2012, Dunn, who is white, pulled up next to a red SUV full of black teenagers at a gas station in Jacksonville, Florida. ...

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AG favors voting rights for ex-felons

If America is ever to end the revolving door of prison recidivism, it needs to ease the re-entry of former offenders back into society by allowing them to vote, Attorney General Eric Holder believes. ...

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Lawyers for S.C. teen executed in 1944 have new info

Stinney, who was black, was executed just 84 days after the two white girls were killed in Jim Crow-era South Carolina, where the legal system routinely found blacks guilty even in cases with scant evidence. ...

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Judge blocks Ohio law limiting signature gatherers

A federal judge has temporarily blocked enforcement of an Ohio law barring out-of-state residents from circulating petitions ...

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Having access to excellent teachers is a Civil Right

A new study suggests that access to “excellent teachers” should be a civil right ...

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Case puts N-Word use among Blacks on trial

A Federal jury has rejected the argument that use of the N-word among Blacks can be culturally acceptable term of love and endearment, deciding its use in the workplace is hostile and discriminatory no matter what. ...

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Federal judge extends order on Ohio voter ID rules

A federal judge extended a 2010 court decree that governs Ohio’s provisional ballots and voter identification requirements, which voter advocates say has kept elections from becoming the “Wild West.” ...

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