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Television shows, gay characters and the origin of younger Americans’ support for LGBTQ rights By Pooja Gupta In October 2014 a series of Supreme Court...

Statement Transgender Law Center praises an official memo released today by United States Attorney General Eric Holder committing that the Department of Justice will stop...

Analysis by Mario Osava RIO DE JANEIRO - With the decision to reestablish diplomatic ties, Cuba and the United States, polar opposites that have long...

Yolonda Ross is an actress, well known to any film or television enthusiast. While most of her work has been in the role of...

A massive public demonstration in the streets of New York City on Saturday capped off a week of protests against grand jury verdicts in two high-profile cases, in which unarmed black men were killed by police. The "Millions March" event, which drew an estimated 30,000 participants, according to organizers and the NYPD, stretched back for over a mile, as people decried the acquittals of police officers in Ferguson, Mo., and Staten Island.

In response to the lack of indictments against two police officers accused of killing their unarmed Black suspects, in separate grand jury proceedings in Missouri and New York City, a massive protest march is being organized in the Big Apple. Under the viral hashtag #BlackLivesMatter, several community groups are set to hold a "Millions March" mass demonstration this Saturday, starting at 2 PM in New York's Washington Square Park.

Following the example set by Mississippi earlier this year, the Republican majority in Michigan's House of Representatives has passed their version of the "Religious Freedom Restoration Act" over the weekend.

Statement from Rashad Robinson, Executive Director of ColorofChange.org, on today’s non-indictment decision in the death of Eric Garner: Today's refusal by a NYC grand jury...

Barack Obama is calling for a $263m spending package to reform police departments across the country and ensure 50,000 more officers wear body cameras in the wake of the police shooting of an unarmed black man in Ferguson, which led to months of protests across the country.

Members of the St. Louis Rams showed their support for protesters in Ferguson, Missouri when they took the field against the Oakland Raiders Sunday...