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Posts Tagged ‘Civil Rights’

Buzz: Kennedy in Pensacola

Buzz: Kennedy in Pensacola

The civil rights and racial discrimination issues with the Escambia County School District are spiraling out of Superintendent Malcolm Thomas' control. Attorney Mike Papantonio has confirmed that his firm is looking into the Escambia County School District. The State NAACP was in town last [...]

Leroy Boyd passes away

The founder and head of Movement for Change passed away today after a sudden illness. Boyd has been a civil rights leaders for decades, a champion for the disenfranchised. He will be missed.

Boo hoo, no voodoo–Groups oppose Evers bill

Boo hoo, no voodoo–Groups oppose Evers bill

ACLU Press Release: TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Numerous religious organizations, clergy and nonpartisan citizen organizations representing a wide range of interests today called upon Florida Speaker of the House Larry Cretul and Senate President Jeff Atwater to halt two joint resolutions that have [...]

What took DOJ so long to investigate ECSO

Why did it take six years for the Department of Justice to investigate the first complaint against the Escambia County Sheriff's Office and three years to investigate the second? National Public Radio may have the answer. On Dec. 12, 2008, NPR did broadcast a story on how the Civil Rights [...]