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Samuel L. Jackson asks, "What Would Your World Look Like Without LDF?"
In an op-ed for Central New Jersey's largest publication, The Times of Trenton, LDF's Director of Economic Justice ReNika Moore discusses the importance of the disparate impact provision of the Fair Housing Act, which the U.S. Supreme Court is reviewing next term in Township of Mount Holly, NJ v. Mount Holly Gardens Citizens in Action
ABC News takes a look at the percentage breakdown of the population in support of, and critical of, recent Supreme Court rulings on the Voting Right Act and in same-sex marriage. The research reveals continued idealogical differences among racial, gender, educational and generational lines.
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LDF Director-Counsel Sherrilyn Ifill was backstage at the Melissa Harris-Perry Show which was broadcast live from the Essence Festival in New Orleans this weekend. While waiting for her appearance on the show, Ifill was interviewed by Brentin Mock of Colorlines magazine on LDF's blueprint for protecting minority voting rights after the Supreme Court's decision in7/08/13
Sherrilyn Ifill, President & Director Counsel of the NAACP LDF, appeared on Melissa Harris-Perry's show on MSNBC to discuss the current fight for voting rights, particularly following the Supreme Court ruling on the VRA in Shelby County, Alabama v. Holder. Ifill, along with fellow panelists, Marc Morial, Rep.
LDF Assistant Counsel Rachel Kleinman On Impact of the Supreme Court's Ruling in Fisher v. UT Austin7/08/13
LDF Assistant Counsel Rachel Kleinman spoke to the Orlando Sentinel about the impact of the Supreme Court's ruling in Fisher v. UT Austin, which endorsed the benefits of student-body diversity in colleges and universities and allowed the continued use of race-conscious admissions policies.