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FBI review of Darius Tarver case finds no civil rights violations

    FBI review of Darius Tarver case finds no civil rights violations

The FBI Dallas Division completed its review of the Jan. 2020 shooting of university student Darius Tarver by a Denton Police Department officer.  Alongside the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the

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‘One Night in Miami’ is an intimate celebration of Black icons

    ‘One Night in Miami’ is an intimate celebration of Black icons

“This ain’t about civil rights. They ain’t giving Black people what they really want.” “What’s that?” “Power.” On Feb. 25, 1964, Muhammed Ali (Eli Goree) becomes the world heavyweight champion

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Tropes in Entertainment: White guilt films

    Tropes in Entertainment: White guilt films

(This is part four in an ongoing series that examines tropes that perpetuate harmful stereotypes and behaviors in media against women, people of color and the LGBTQ+ community. Click the

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The symbolism of the LGBTQ+ Supreme Court ruling

    The symbolism of the LGBTQ+ Supreme Court ruling

On June 16th the U.S. Supreme Court shocked the nation with a landmark decision that will change the future of many LGBTQ+ employees. In a 6-3 decision, the supreme court

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Centrism is a privileged political stance

    Centrism is a privileged political stance

The phrase “agree to disagree” is an expression so commonplace that it goes largely unanalyzed, despite existing solely to provide

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Let’s talk about those photoshopped Confederate monument pictures

    Let’s talk about those photoshopped Confederate monument pictures

A photoshopped smiling black boy can be found in photos for the sample design modifications of the Confederate monument on

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The inseparable histories of sports and unity

    The inseparable histories of sports and unity

When nothing else can, in the midst of tragedy and political unrest, sports possess the power to unite, inspire and

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The Dose: ‘Walk with Me’ tells some of the best civil rights stories in history

Many federal judges go through their entire careers without having heard a high-profile case. Damon J. Keith, on the other

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Symposium observes Civil Rights Act

Obed Manuel // Senior Staff Writer Several police office and paramedics stood around on a south Dallas street in 1956. On

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