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# Civil Rights

Last year
Opinion: 'Everyone in the Traveller community has experienced prejudice at some point'
Michael Power
Opinion: The Hate Offences Bill is far from anti-democratic - it's a mark of a civilised society
Adam Long
Legendary Cleveland Browns running back Jim Brown dies
All time
Austin Currie remembered for his ‘fearless, immense courage’ at funeral
Opinion: Austin Currie - peacemaker, parliamentarian and titan of the civil rights movement
Colum Eastwood
Malcolm X's family demand new murder investigation following allegations of FBI involvement
US politician and civil rights leader John Lewis dies aged 80
Seamus Mallon, former Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister, has died aged 83
Ivan Cooper: Northern Ireland civil rights leader who led Bloody Sunday march dies aged 75
Aretha Franklin: How the Queen of Soul was a trailblazer of the civil rights movement
Martin Luther King Jr's son says US 'must do better' 50 years on from assassination
'The Irish conflict's Martin Luther King': John Hume's journey to America
'People don't ask... why was there a Civil War?': Historians mystified by Trump's latest comments
Pepsi pulls 'tone deaf' Kendall Jenner protest ad after sustained backlash
US Governor tells black congressman 'a thank you would suffice' for the abolition of slavery
Jeff Sessions says he'd be a fair Attorney General and defy Trump if necessary
France's burkini bans being fought as an "attack on fundamental rights"
Teenager arrested for bringing homemade clock to school to sue
Adams defends "back of the bus" remark after White House mix-up
We seem to have forgotten the Special Criminal Court is supposed to be exceptional
Alan Greene
WATCH: US cop places gun in black man's mouth 'to show off to his friends'
Sixty years ago Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a bus - and changed history
Ireland's attitude to housing rights, social security and culture is under scrutiny
Caitriona O'Neill and William Gallagher
The UN is reviewing Ireland's protection of rights – how will we fare?
Caitriona O'Neill and William Gallagher
'More needs to be done': Baltimore police face a civil rights probe
Fifty years ago today, protesters marched on Selma and changed the course of history
Judge does the 'right thing' 54 years after these 9 men were jailed for sitting at a 'white table'
PICS: Defining moments of Martin Luther King Jr's life
Poll: Would you support gardaí using drones?
Stores looted after police say slain US teen is robbery suspect
Traveller and human rights groups to have their say on Garda oversight
Education, training and legal help all lacking for trafficking victims - Immigrant Council of Ireland
In Dublin today: The man who warmed up the crowd for Martin Luther King's 'I have a dream' speech
Affirmative action promotes racial and ethnic diversity in US colleges - but it's under threat
Column: The European Commission is not recognising the human right to water
Paul Murphy
White says gay laws will ‘stigmatise and criminalise’… but won’t say that to Russian counterpart
Column: Economic rights are just as vital to a democracy as civil rights
Dr Tom Hickey
Column: As the Winter Olympics kick off in Russia, let's consider oppression in all its forms
Kevin Donoghue
Taoiseach on same-sex marriage: 'I wouldn’t have the same opinion as the Tánaiste'
Column: The equality struggle didn’t end with Mandela’s prison release, it must continue
David Cronin