Your daily dose of civil rights and related news
The part of this story about video-taping errant traffic cops is not civil rights related. But the part about private citizen videos serving as a check against abusive cops is.
Nothing says sensible immigration policy more than deporting a 31 year old legal immigrant for a theft charge she got probation for ... as a teenager.
The Washington Post accuses the Virginia GOP of trying to scare voters away from the polls.
Texas is set to go forward with the Medellin execution, despite pleas from President Bush and the World Court to hold off.
New Mexico becomes the first state to adopt a Navajo textbook. I say: if you come to America, better learn to speak the language Anglos!
Now hospitals are getting in on the deportation game.
Is reduced illegal immigration a function of enforcement or the economy?
The railroading of suspected illegal immigrants continues to get attention.
Civil rights groups are nervous about new federal profiling that will hit Arab and Muslim Americans hard.
The DoD admits it targeted a man with accusations of spying for Israel strictly because he was an observant Jew.
The Confederate flag battles are moving to private property.
New Jersey adds religion-based jokes to the list of things that can constitute work-place harassment (here is the ruling).
Will the Obama campaign fracture or renew the Black/Jewish alliance?