TMI Fellow Richard Rothstein Discusses His Book “The Color of Law” on NewsOne Now

Thurgood Marshall Institute Senior Fellow Richard Rothstein joins Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to discuss his book, “The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America,” which examines how discriminatory U.S. ...

Sherrilyn Ifill Pens Op-Ed for TIME: Black Voters in Alabama Mattered Way Before Doug Jones Beat Roy Moore

Politicians, pundits, and the press are still figuring out what the election of Doug Jones means for Alabama — a state that voted overwhelmingly for Donald Trump and that seemed all but destined to make ...

LDF’s Todd Cox Discusses Trump’s Judicial Nominees with Huffington Post

LDF’s Policy Director Todd A. Cox sits down with the Huffington Post to discuss how President Trump has been reshaping the federal courts with his judicial nominees.

LDF’s Todd Cox: Senators Must Work Harder To Properly Judge Our Judges

On Tuesday, the Senate confirmed yet another one of President Donald Trump’s nominees to serve on our appellate courts. L. Steven Grasz, who was deemed “unanimously not qualified” by the nonpartisan American Bar Association, will now ...

LDF Client Pens Op-Ed in New York Times on Our Case Challenging Alabama’s Voter ID Law Which Disenfranchises Tens of Thousands

The Senate election in Alabama on Tuesday is not just about the choice between Doug Jones and Roy Moore. It’s also about a voter suppression campaign that may well sway the result of a close ...

LDF’s Leah Aden in CityLab: At-Large Electoral Method in Columbus, Ohio Could be Racially Discriminatory

The majority of Columbus, Ohio’s, city council members are African Americans. But the city’s method for electing city council members is racially discriminatory, or at least this is what Jonathan Beard, a developer in Columbus’s ...

LDF’s Cristian Farias on Masterpiece Cakeshop: We’ve Already Litigated This

Judging from the coverage surrounding this week’s blockbuster case, Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, it might seem that the legal clash between religious liberty and discrimination in public spaces is a modern controversy that ...