Police-Involved Shootings Highlight Need for Police Reform & Accountability
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As we peacefully protest the police-involved shootings in Charlotte, N.C., and Tulsa, O.K., we urge thorough and independent investigations of, and accountability for excessive use of more

NonProfit "Top 50" Executives Named
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This week I was honored to be named to The NonProfit Times’ 2016 Power & Influence Top 50. In its announcement of the award winners, the magazine wrote, “Voter suppression, inequity, more

New African American Museum's Artifact Listing is a Powerful Journey Through History
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As we await the opening of the Smithsonian Institute’s National Museum of African American History and Culture on September 24, much of the focus has been on the century-long journey to more

Remain Vigilant Against Discriminatory Voter Suppression Efforts
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Over the last month, the nation has seen a string of voting rights victories, as federal courts struck down discriminatory voter suppression laws in six states: North Carolina, Wisconsin, Texas, more

Remembering the Labor Movement's Contribution to Civil Rights
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This week, leading up to Labor Day, marks the 91st anniversary of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, a trailblazing labor organization whose leaders later spurred local and national more