Blog of Rights

Kenneth W.
Chandler, II

Stop Discrimination: House Judiciary Subcommittee Takes Up Racial Profiling

“To Protect and Serve” is the longstanding motto of many American police departments. But it fails to ring true when a law enforcement officer subjects a citizen to humiliating interrogation, search and detention — simply because of how the person looks.

Those Who Don't Learn from History are Destined to Repeat It

June 25 marked the 70th anniversary of President Franklin Roosevelt's, Executive Order 8802, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion and national origin in federal defense contracts. It is important to understand both the…

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