The South Carolina Board of Education is considering a “Uniform Procedure for Selection or Reconsideration of Instructional Materials,” which will receive a first reading at the next board meeting on November 14.
The U.S. Department of Justice has opened civil rights investigations into the conditions at jails in North Charleston and Columbia. This should be a turning point for real change.
A federal appeals court has re-opened the possibility that a judge might strike down the Pickens School District’s politically and racially motivated book ban. On Wednesday in the case NAACP v.
Oral Arguments Wrap in U.S. Supreme Court Case Challenging South Carolina’s Congressional Map for Racial Discrimination
WASHINGTON — This morning, oral arguments concluded in Alexander v. South Carolina State Conference of the NAACP, the U.S. Supreme Court case that will determine the fate of South Carolina’s congressional map.
Civil rights groups demand repeal of Columbia’s ineffective, inhumane, and illegal responses to homelessness
COLUMBIA, S.C. – Civil rights organizations and community leaders are urging Columbia Mayor Daniel Rickenmann and City Council to rescind a set of ordinances that attack the rights and dignity of people experiencing homelessness.
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