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Accomplished Advocates Adegbile, Llahmon Named to Civil Rights Commission
Statement of NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund on Appointments to United States Commission on Civil Rights:
Read the PDF of our joint statement here.
LDF’s President and Director-Counsel Sherrilyn Ifill Gives Keynote Address at Baltimore’s Solution Summit12/14/16
Thurgood Marshall Institute Senior Fellow Richard Rothstein: We Can’t Meaningfully Integrate Schools Without Desegregating Neighborhoods12/12/16
We Can’t Meaningfully Integrate Schools Without Desegregating Neighborhoods
A bill introduced in the New York City Council proposes to establish “an office of school diversity within the human rights commission dedicated to studying the prevalence and causes of racial segregation in public schools and developing recommendations for remedying such segregation.”
But it is not reasonable, indeed it is misleading, to study school segregation in New York City without simultaneously studying residential segregation. The two cannot be separated.
The NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, Inc. sent a letter to Michigan state senators urging them to oppose a package of bills that stands to disfranchise thousands of eligible voters and disproportionately burden qualified Black and Latino voters.
Read the full letter here