EJS Joins Call for a Justice Department Committed to Civil Rights Enforcement

The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, along with the Equal Justice Society and 75 other groups, today issued the following statement on the need for President-elect Joe Biden to name an attorney general of the United States and other senior leadership of the U.S. Department of Justice who have strong records with regard to civil rights enforcement and justice reform.

This Week in White Supremacy #149: How Black women organized voters to secure Joe Biden’s victory

In the minutes following the announcement that only one officer would be indicted – for wanton endangerment for firing into an apartment next door to Taylor’s – a quiet, stunned sadness and simmering anger overtook Louisville’s Jefferson Square Park, the epicenter of protests which has been dubbed Injustice Square Park.