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Samuel L. Jackson asks, "What Would Your World Look Like Without LDF?"
In two op-eds this week for TheRoot.com and The Baltimore Sun, Sherrilyn Ifill focuses attention on real outrages -- policy choices and structural inequalities that disproportionately impede the growth of black communities around the country.
LDF joins women's and worker's groups to defend equal opportunity requirements for federal contractors12/31/13
Groups’ Amicus Briefs Defend Forty Years of Established Rules Assuring Opportunity for Everyone
2013 has been particularly eventful for those of us working to protect civil rights. LDF has been aggressively involved in safeguarding all Americans' civil rights -- in particular -- the right to vote. Read below for a look back on this historic year.
The NAACP Legal Defense Fund mourns the passing of Dr. Ken Edelin, a longtime champion of women's rights, and a senior board member at LDF. Dr. Edelin joined the board in 1986 and steadfastly promoted LDF's values and mission.
Sherrilyn Ifill writes in The Root today that pop culture and social media scandals like Paula Deen and Duck Dynasty distract us from meaningful civil rights and social justice challenges that should command our full attention.