The latest news on civil rights
Some thought the first African American president would herald in a new post-racial era.
The administration is expected to prosecute discrimination cases more vigorously than its predecessor.
The attorney general says the Justice Department's legendary Civil Rights Division needs to be rebuilt.
Group today seeks favors instead of a truly colorblind society, writes Jonathan Bean.
His suspension of habeas corpus is part of what some consider the "dark side" of his presidency.
The leader of the NAACP is optimistic about Obama's presidency and his work on civil rights.
A civil rights pioneer and crusader on behalf of children.
Activists expect Obama to focus on a race-neutral public works program akin to FDR’s New Deal.
Barack Obama's victory is the culmination of a long series of civil rights victories.
Recalling a Baltimore civil rights leader.