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North Carolina Was Told They're Violating the Civil Rights Act, So They Sued the US Justice Department

Last week, the Justice Department told North Carolina they would have until Monday, May 9 to make a decision about HB2, a bill that overturned “every local LGBT anti-discrimination measure in the state” when passed in March: either dump the law and comply with the the Civil Rights Act, or implement the law and risk…

The Justice Department Just Told North Carolina Their Anti-Gay Bill Violates the Civil Rights Act

In March, North Carolina passed House Bill 2, better known as the “Bathroom Bill.” In addition to requiring everyone in the state to identify as the biological sex on their birth certificate when using a public restroom, the bill effectively overturned “every local LGBT anti-discrimination measure in the state.”…

ACLU, Other LGBT Rights Groups File Lawsuit Over North Carolina's Horrid 'Bathroom Bill'

The American Civil Liberties Union announced Monday that they are suing North Carolina officials over a new law that prevents trans people from using bathrooms that don’t match their biological sex. The law also bans cities and counties from creating anti-discrimination laws. The ACLU is pretty sure the law violates…

Martin Luther King Jr.: A Candid Conversation With the Nobel Prize-Winning Civil Rights Leader

On Monday, America celebrates the life and work of the pioneering Civil Rights leader, Martin Luther King Jr. In 1964, Playboy published an interview with King by Alex Haley, who would go on to write Roots. Their discussion of the fight for racial equality is the longest interview King ever granted any publication.…

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