Voting Rights Act Of1965

At Black History Month event, Jeff Sessions says 'black history is American history'

On the final day of Black History Month, Attorney General Jeff Sessions declared "black history is American history." "During Black History Month, we honor the experience and the achievements of black Americans throughout our history," Sessions said in his remarks Tuesday at the ...

Jeff Sessions: ‘Black History Is American History’

In remarks at the Justice Department on Tuesday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said that black history is American history and that much remains to be done to advance civil rights. “During Black History Month, we honor the experience and the achievements of black Americans th...

Who is John Lewis?

The long-serving Democrat was a young activist and leader of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee when, in March 1965, he joined forces with Martin Luther King Jr. to lead a voting rights march out out Selma, Alabama. But as the nonviolent demonstrators approached the E...

Civil rights icon John Lewis just eviscerated Jeff Sessions for his record on race

Donald Trump’s nominee for attorney general, Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions, has used two days of confirmation hearings to try to ease concerns about his views on race and civil rights. Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), one of the last surviving icons of the civil rights movement, just did h...

In Defense Of Sen. Jeff Sessions

Senator Jeff Sessions is not a racist.  If you listen to only certain Senate Democrats and others on the left, that’s exactly what they want you to think and why they are objecting to his nomi...

NAACP President Gives 5 Reasons Why Jeff Sessions Should Not Be Attorney General

NAACP President Gives 5 Reasons Why Jeff Sessions Should Not Be Attorney General NAACP President Cornell Brooks and members of the Alabama NAACP risked arrest in their occupation of Alabama Sen....

Justice Department To Monitor Polls In Michigan Amid Concerns Of Voter Intimidation

DETROIT (AP) — The Justice Department says it will send about 500 staffers to 28 states on Election Day to monitor the polls, including in Detroit and its suburbs of Hamtramck and Dearborn Heig...

Justice Department staffers observing polls in Michigan, US

DETROIT (AP) — The Justice Department says it will send about 500 staffers to 28 states on Election Day to monitor the polls, including in Detroit and its suburbs of Hamtramck and Dearborn H...

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