Jonathan sleeps under a bridge at night or on a friend’s porch. During the day, he holds up a “homeless” sign in the grassy area near a highway exit and asks for money.
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At just 5 years old, C.C. was suspended from school for destroying property and disobeying her teachers.
The first African American elected mayor of Montgomery, Alabama – a city known as both the “Cradle of the Confederacy” and the “Birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement” – urged those who gathered today to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Civil Rights Memorial to ask themselves how they can make an impact on the lives of others.
During a traffic stop, Janice Carter learned for the first time that her license had been suspended for unpaid traffic tickets.
Lindsey Vaughn walked briskly along a curvy, tree-lined street in a quiet neighborhood of modest homes.
At the intersection of race and politics in the United States lies voter suppression – the array of laws and election practices intended to make it harder for people of color to vote.
Roylan Hernandez-Diaz, an asylum-seeker from Cuba, was found dead in his cell on Oct. 16 at Richwood Correctional Center in Louisiana.
A proposed initiative to raise Florida’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2026 is gathering momentum and is almost certain to be on the state’s ballot when voters go to the polls to choose a president in 2020.