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Across Charlottesville, Va., people are remembering last year's violent and deadly rally organized by white nationalists. Students, community leaders and others are marking the occasion... [Read More]
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Charlottesville, Va., is bracing for the anniversary of last summer's deadly white nationalist rally. A violent clash between white supremacists and counter-protesters resulted in... [Read More]
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We check in with the mother of Heather Heyer, the woman killed in Charlottesville, Virginia, a year ago when a car rammed into counter-protesters during... [Read More]
President Trump has faced backlash this week as he's tried to clarify his talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Republicans in Congress say he's making... [Read More]
Summertime in London means aspiring artists have a chance to see their work showcased alongside more famous names at the venerable Royal Academy of Arts... [Read More]
As the British government struggles to reach a deal to leave the European Union, activists are determined to halt Brexit. They're calling for a new... [Read More]
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The recent abortion referendum in Ireland is setting off calls for change in neighboring Northern Ireland, which still has strict laws on the procedure that... [Read More]
Abortion rights supporters are calling for an end to Northern Ireland's stringent abortion ban, after Ireland voted to repeal a constitutional amendment banning most abortions.... [Read More]
Pressure is mounting for British Prime Minister Theresa May to reform Northern Ireland's strict abortion laws. Members of her own Conservative party are joining the... [Read More]
Fifty years ago, Martin Luther King Jr. advocated for Americans living in poverty in what was called the "Poor People's Campaign." But advocates for poor... [Read More]
Fifty years ago, Martin Luther King Jr. advocated for Americans living in poverty in what was called the "Poor People's Campaign." But advocates for poor... [Read More]
Martin Luther King Jr. chose Marks as a starting point for the economic justice fight because of the entrenched poverty he saw there. Today, poverty... [Read More]
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice opens Thursday in Montgomery, Ala., and includes monuments for victims of lynchings. Organizers say it's time "to... [Read More]
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice opens in Montgomery, Ala., this week and is devoted to the victims of lynching. It reflects on the... [Read More]
Four days after her husband was killed, Coretta Scott King led a march in Memphis. The act reflected her role as a partner in the... [Read More]
In Memphis and across the nation, thousands are gathering — and some are protesting — to mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr.... [Read More]
Memphis is holding events to remember civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., who was assassinated 50 years ago this Wednesday. [Read More]
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They wanted better working conditions and higher pay, but they needed help strategizing. Martin Luther King Jr., went to Memphis to help. [Read More]
Several rural probate judges quit issuing licenses after the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage. Now the state is considering doing away with marriage licenses. [Read More]
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