While the Center's Montgomery headquarters escaped damage by Hurricane Katrina, juvenile justice and education initiatives in Louisiana and Mississippi will be hampered by the catastrophic storm.

A new set of commemorative stamps pays tribute to 10 historic Civil Rights Movement milestones, and recognizes the courageous individuals who struggled to achieve them.

Fifty years ago, brutally murdered 14-year-old Emmett Till was pulled from a Mississippi river. His mother bravely displayed his mutilated body for all the world to see, galvanizing the Civil Rights Movement.

Camp Thunderbird, once used by Ranch Rescue as a training ground for anti-immigrant vigilantes, has been deeded to two Salvadorans who were assaulted by Ranch Rescue members.

An NCAA ruling banning the use of Native American images and nicknames by sports teams during postseason tournaments is being hailed as a victory in the effort to remove such imagery from sports entirely.

With just under three months to go, plans for the dedication of the new Civil Rights Memorial Center and Wall of Tolerance are in full swing.

Days before the 40th anniversary of the signing of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, many of those who marched for its passage gathered to call for the act's renewal.

Save Our State founder Joe Turner has said he disapproves of white supremacists, but has repeatedly failed to turn them away and, separately, he has defended 'white separatism.'

A staggering 70 percent of youth released from Alabama Department of Youth Services (DYS) institutions end up back behind bars within a few years, according to a new report released today.

Thomas Moore's crusade for convictions in the 1964 killings of his 19-year-old brother and a friend the same age helped prompt U. S. Attorney Dunn Lampton of Jackson to pledge to re-investigate the murders.