A judge has overturned the murder conviction of a 14-year-old black boy who was executed in 1944 in the deaths of two white girls in segregated South Carolina.
A federal judge on Monday approved a settlement to end the segregation of HIV-positive inmates in Alabama prisons, but it will be months before the practice concludes.
The U.S. attorney in Birmingham says her office is monitoring allegations of racial discrimination and segregation within the sorority and fraternity system at the University of Alabama.
A judge struck down Alabama’s decades-old policy of segregating prison inmates with HIV, ruling Friday that it violates federal law.
That’s right, folks! The Associated Press has been busy with research and data collection. They are claiming all sorts of interesting things about race relations and segregation in the U.S. One such claim is that […]