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By Church of Scientology National Affairs Office
Civil Rights activists Bob Fletcher, Frank Smith and Chuck Hicks tell their stories, Fletcher discusses photographs of the time of Mississippi Freedom Schools and of the forerunner of the program Head Start, the Child Development Group of Mississippi
By Avant Media Communications
The 50th Anniversary of "Bloody Sunday" and the annual pilgrimage across the Edmund Pettus Bridge on March 8, 2015, ends with a star-studded musical concert honoring the foot soldiers of 1965 and 50 years of African American achievements.
By Soul Power University/Love Under Fire
The Advancement of People for Social and Political Change Using the Gandhian Philosophy.
By A Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum
Richard Trumka, President of the National AFL-CIO, will be presented the coveted “A. Philip Randolph Gentle Warrior” award during a gala celebration to be held in Chicago, Illinois at the Historic Parkway Ballroom, 4455 S.
By INSPR Media
Lee to speak Monday, January 19th About Recent Events in Ferguson, New York and the New Civil Rights Movement
By The #LabelMeHuman Project
Campaign intends to both inform and shed light on societal labels in hopes of igniting change conversations
By National Coalition on Black Civic Participation
Coalition Urges Justice Department to Continue Probe in Michael Brown Shooting and Investigation of Ferguson Police Department
By Trevor Day School
As Civil Rights Activist, Andrew Goodman, is honored by President Obama with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, The Trevor Day School honors the 50th anniversary of his death by welcoming David Goodman to the assembly: To Honor and Inspire.
By The DPJ Training Group
Over 1100 employees at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission heard Deborah teach concepts of respect and awareness as "Human Being 101" in this well-received program covering legal and behavioral components of sexual and non-sexual harassment.
By Orlando Shakespeare Theater
WHAT The Best of Enemies By Mark St. Germain| Based on the book by Osha Gray Davidson In partnership with the Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center of Florida through the generosity of Valerie & Jim Shapiro SUMMARY The Best of Enemies is.
By Nancy Klann-Moren
Best Kindle Book Awards 2014 - The Writer's Digest Self-Published eBook Awards for Fiction - Next Generation Indie Book Awards - Readers' Favorite Book Awards - San Francisco Book Festival - Great Midwest Book Awards - BRAG Medallion Honoree Local author.
By Joe Favorito
Family members of former Bruins football stars and Civil Rights pioneers to be honorary captains at UCLA-Memphis Game on September 6 at The Rose Bowl, and will be special guests at premiere of “Forgotten Four” on September 9 at Royce Auditorium
By The Ambassador Agency
By Arthia Nixon, The Ambassador Agency for Bahamas Consul General’s Office, Atlanta (Bimini, Bahamas)...  Xernona Clayton, founder of the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame celebrated her 84th birthday on the Bahamas island where Dr.
By Think Forward
New online community hopes to spread the news of the victories won in civil and human rights.
By NAAFA
NAAFA-Clark County Chapter President Darliene Howell has joined the organization’s national Board of Directors as Secretary and Research Specialist.
By Whistleblower Summit fo Civil and Human Rights
“Swift Boat” Attacks Fail to Sink Whistleblower Summit for Civil and Human Rights—Whistleblowers Convene 8th Annual Conference on Capitol Hill including a National Whistleblower Appreciation Day Luncheon, Welcome Reception, and Pillar Awards...
By NAAFA
Jason Docherty, who served on the NAAFA Board of Directors since 2005, working for Equality at Every Size, passed away on July 28, 2014.
By The BrandKings
Fighting for equality and basic rights has been in the DNA of the Pacific Northwest for years.
By John Briggs Books, Atombank Books
John Briggs to release Mary Dyer, Friend of Freedom, the first children's book about the religious martyr and civil rights leader
By New Street Communications, LLC
With an Introduction by Pete Seeger, the latest Kindle edition of David Arkin's classic children's book BLACK AND WHITE provides a beautiful tool for educating young people on the fundamentals of the Civil Rights movement in the United States.

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By NAAFA
NAAFA member and founder of Full Figure Entertainment, Tigress Osborn, joins the NAAFA Board of Directors as Director of Social Media. Osborn’s education and experience will prove invaluable as we continue to fight for Equality at Every Size.
By Progressive Democrats of America
During March, passengers using five Metrorail stations will be greeted by standing ads that draw a link between the D.C. Statehood and civil rights movements. The ads were created by the Stand Up! for Democracy in D.C. Coalition (Free D.C.).
By Safety Nest for the Disabled
Nearly 100 Demonstrators are set to Peacefully March in Front of NCC's Headquarters
By INSPR Media
50th Commemoration of Selma to Montgomery March and Voting Rights Act #SELMA50
By Church of Scientology National Affairs Office
Civil Rights activists Bob Fletcher, Frank Smith and Chuck Hicks tell their stories, Fletcher discusses photographs of the time of Mississippi Freedom Schools and of the forerunner of the program Head Start, the Child Development Group of Mississippi
By Wright Communications Worldwide Inc.
Black history month is a month set aside to learn, honor, and celebrate the achievements of black men and women throughout history.
By Avant Media Communications
The 50th Anniversary of "Bloody Sunday" and the annual pilgrimage across the Edmund Pettus Bridge on March 8, 2015, ends with a star-studded musical concert honoring the foot soldiers of 1965 and 50 years of African American achievements.
By Soul Power University/Love Under Fire
The Advancement of People for Social and Political Change Using the Gandhian Philosophy.
By MIKODreamzPR
Come to the “March” – the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Movement’s “March” which lead to the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965
By A Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum
Richard Trumka, President of the National AFL-CIO, will be presented the coveted “A. Philip Randolph Gentle Warrior” award during a gala celebration to be held in Chicago, Illinois at the Historic Parkway Ballroom, 4455 S.
By MBG LLC
A young boys dream is measured by a moment, each moment being more precious than the other. He and his little black bird have found solace and refuge in each other.
By INSPR Media
Lee to speak Monday, January 19th About Recent Events in Ferguson, New York and the New Civil Rights Movement
By The #LabelMeHuman Project
Campaign intends to both inform and shed light on societal labels in hopes of igniting change conversations
By National Coalition on Black Civic Participation
Coalition Urges Justice Department to Continue Probe in Michael Brown Shooting and Investigation of Ferguson Police Department
By Trevor Day School
As Civil Rights Activist, Andrew Goodman, is honored by President Obama with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, The Trevor Day School honors the 50th anniversary of his death by welcoming David Goodman to the assembly: To Honor and Inspire.
By Colorado Media Justice Foundation
Series on City’s New Community Radio Station will Debut with Roundtable
By The Coalition For Change, Inc. (C4C)
The Coalition For Change, Inc. (C4C) has now made its membership newsletter, “The C4C Federal Exchange“  available to all persons interested in learning more about the federal workplace culture and how to combat a hostile federal government work...
By The DPJ Training Group
Over 1100 employees at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission heard Deborah teach concepts of respect and awareness as "Human Being 101" in this well-received program covering legal and behavioral components of sexual and non-sexual harassment.
By Orlando Shakespeare Theater
WHAT The Best of Enemies By Mark St. Germain| Based on the book by Osha Gray Davidson In partnership with the Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center of Florida through the generosity of Valerie & Jim Shapiro SUMMARY The Best of Enemies is.
By Nancy Klann-Moren
Best Kindle Book Awards 2014 - The Writer's Digest Self-Published eBook Awards for Fiction - Next Generation Indie Book Awards - Readers' Favorite Book Awards - San Francisco Book Festival - Great Midwest Book Awards - BRAG Medallion Honoree Local author.
By Joe Favorito
Family members of former Bruins football stars and Civil Rights pioneers to be honorary captains at UCLA-Memphis Game on September 6 at The Rose Bowl, and will be special guests at premiere of “Forgotten Four” on September 9 at Royce Auditorium
By The Ambassador Agency
By Arthia Nixon, The Ambassador Agency for Bahamas Consul General’s Office, Atlanta (Bimini, Bahamas)...  Xernona Clayton, founder of the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame celebrated her 84th birthday on the Bahamas island where Dr.
By Think Forward
New online community hopes to spread the news of the victories won in civil and human rights.
By NAAFA
NAAFA-Clark County Chapter President Darliene Howell has joined the organization’s national Board of Directors as Secretary and Research Specialist.
By NAAFA
NAAFA has concluded another successful annual event during which the restructuring of the Board of Directors and the addition of a new board member were announced.
By Whistleblower Summit fo Civil and Human Rights
“Swift Boat” Attacks Fail to Sink Whistleblower Summit for Civil and Human Rights—Whistleblowers Convene 8th Annual Conference on Capitol Hill including a National Whistleblower Appreciation Day Luncheon, Welcome Reception, and Pillar Awards...
By Layman's Legal Empowerment
Techniques for fighting corrupt police officers, judges, attorneys and power brokers.
By NAAFA
Jason Docherty, who served on the NAAFA Board of Directors since 2005, working for Equality at Every Size, passed away on July 28, 2014.
By The BrandKings
Fighting for equality and basic rights has been in the DNA of the Pacific Northwest for years.
By Team Anaphylaxis
Open Letter from Team Anaphylaxis to Arne Duncan, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education
By Helmer Friedman LLP
Courtney Abrams of Helmer-Friedman, LLP named as a 2014 Southern California “Rising Star” in the category of Employment Litigation, an honor received by no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in California.
By Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Former North Carolina Congresswoman Eva Clayton Among Panelists
By John Briggs Books, Atombank Books
John Briggs to release Mary Dyer, Friend of Freedom, the first children's book about the religious martyr and civil rights leader
By First Edition Design
The End; by F. Ethan Repp has just been released globally. The 1960’s, Civil Unrest Prevails.
By New Street Communications, LLC
With an Introduction by Pete Seeger, the latest Kindle edition of David Arkin's classic children's book BLACK AND WHITE provides a beautiful tool for educating young people on the fundamentals of the Civil Rights movement in the United States.
By First Edition Design
Power Play, by F. Ethan Repp weaves a tale of political power and corruption spanning the 70’s.
By The DPJ Training Group
Highlighting powerful narratives on the impact of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to her rural Virginia upbringing on through present day triumphs, Deborah will deliver spirited and relatable presentations on this 50 year legislative anniversary in 2014
By In Other Words Communications
Waubonsee Community College administrators have refused to shelve the book, Homophobia in the Black Church: How Faith, Politics and Fear Divide the Black Community.
By Church of Scientology Flag
In honor of the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Youth for Human Rights of Florida celebrates with other community groups at the 4th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Festival.
By NAAFA-CC
The new NAAFA-Clark County (NV) Chapter announces the launch of their website where interested parties can learn about the group and the community projects being proposed.
By NAAFA
NAAFA introduces a new chapter in Clark County, NV which will function as a service organization promoting size diversity in the community.
By NAAFA
Size acceptance activist and former Co-Chair of NAAFA, Kara Brewer Allen, passed away from complications following chemotherapy. Our community has suffered a great loss as a result of her passing.
By Wish Creative Media & Marketing
Social Media Campaign Launched to Respect, Reflect and Revitalize Atlanta,GA’s Historic Auburn Avenue Through a Series of Events To Take Place During Black History Month - February 2014
By Manhattan Country School
NEW YORK, NY - Debo Adegbile, Manhattan Country School Class of 1980 and Board of Trustees member, was nominated by President Barack Obama to be the Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights.
By Sartoris Literary Group
"The Hero Among Us" available nationwide on November 22, 2013
By Frederick K. Brewington
Jury Rules That Suffolk Deputies Violated Hempstead Man’s Civil Rights
By Arcadia Publishing
Local author uses collection of vintage images to illustrate the history
By National Association of Minority Contractors
Advocacy from non-profit organization spotlights non-compliance in WSDOT and STP DBE program administration.
By American Conference on Diversity
The American Conference on Diversity showcased the rich diversity of New Jersey’s past, present, and future during the Greater Bergen Diversity Legacy Breakfast on October 24 at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, NJ.
By Alpha Kappa Alpha
Julia Brogdon Purnell who served as President from 1962-1966 is being mourned by the Sorority's 260,000 members. International President Carolyn House Stewart praised her for her devotion to civil and human rights and for uplifting youth.


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