In 1854, Elizabeth Jennings rode the streetcar of her choice, in an early civil rights protest that led to desegregating public transportation in NYC.
Suffragist Alice Paul proposed the ERA in 1923. Congress approved it in the 1970s. So why isn't the amendment part of the Constitution?
Gerrymandering is the process by which districts for the House of Representatives are drawn so that one party has a distinct election advantage.
Black Muslims have been an influential force in the prisoners' rights movement and criminal justice reform as early as the World War II era.
Is it possible to have a fair trial or an impartial jury in an age when anyone is just a viral tweet or a Facebook search away?