A civil rights scholar who became the first tenured black professor at Harvard Law School has died. Derrick Bell was 80.
A federal civil rights complaint was filed against the Boston public schools over a school closure plan some say discriminates against black and Latino students.
Civil rights champion and former MA judge Gordon Martin takes us back to Hattiesburg, Mississippi 1962 when only 12 out of 7,500 black Americans were allowed to vote.
A coalition of progressive and civil rights groups are tapping into the same type of anger that fuels the tea party movement with a demonstration at the Lincoln Memorial, only they’re pledging to support Democrats […]