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Remember Sylvia Rivera. 💜
Today, Sylvia Rivera would have celebrated her 71st birthday.

Thank you for your pioneering activism and strength in the fight for liberation and justice.

Rest in power and may we keep the torch burning for you in this fight, Sylvia 🧡💛💜❤️ #PFLAGProud
 
Civil rights leader and activist Medgar Evers – who was assassinated outside his home by a white supremacist in 1963 – would have turned 97 today.

We'll never forget him. 🖤
 
Happy birthday, Thurgood Marshall – iconic civil rights lawyer and our nation's first Black Supreme Court justice.

We need more Thurgood Marshalls on the federal bench today.
 
#OTD 58 years ago, President Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Our coalition coordinated the legislative campaign to pass this landmark legislation and we’re still fighting every day to protect and advance civil & human rights for all people in America. We won’t stop.
 
“Far too many individuals, having been swept into the criminal legal system by laws that criminalize poverty, will now find themselves without recourse for accessing what should be basic healthcare.”

This is important. #BansOffOurBodies prisonpolicy.org/blog/2022/06/3…
 
The Leadership Conference Retweeted ·  
On this day, July 1st 1958, newlyweds Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mrs. Coretta Scott King, celebrated their honeymoon in Mexico.

#DrKing #MrsKing #MLK #CSK
 
Abolish the death penalty.
One in every five people living in the U.S. are people of color. But 55% of people on federal death row are Black, Latino, Asian, or Native American.

The death penalty is fundamentally flawed, and infected with racial discrimination. naacpldf.org/our-thinking/d… pic.twitter.com/16sbVyXmpR
 
July is #DisabilityPrideMonth! Join us in celebrating the accomplishments of people with disabilities, honoring the diversity of the disability community, and continuing the fight for disability rights.

Because let’s be clear: Disability rights are civil and human rights.
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A well-deserved honor! ❤️
🚨 BIG NEWS: The @WhiteHouse just announced that @POTUS will award the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Attorney Fred Gray Sr. for his trailblazing work to end segregation! 🙌🏾

I have been pushing hard for this and I’m overjoyed that President Biden has heard our calls!! pic.twitter.com/UDBWlAzVVO
 
#OTD in 1965, a white sheriff in Camden, Alabama, forced people to leave and then padlocked the doors of the Antioch Baptist Church – a Black church where leaders were discussing civil rights – even though he did not have the authority to do so. calendar.eji.org/racial-injusti…
 
"Nothing can stop the power of a committed and determined people to make a difference in our society.”

–Congressman John Lewis
#FridayFeeling
 
Remember this day.
Ketanji Brown Jackson was sworn in as the 116th justice of the Supreme Court, making her the first Black woman to sit on the nation's highest court. pic.twitter.com/FO1jHg1X7u
 
Pride never ends. Pass it on. 🧡🌈
Pride never ends. Pass it on. 🧡🌈
 
Understand what's happening with #DACA:
🚨ALERT: Next week is an important week for #DACA. The #BatallaVidal v. Mayorkas and Texas v. United States cases return to court, as the fight to protect immigrant youth continues.

📝Read our analysis to learn what's at stake.👇

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⚖️ All rise for the Honorable Ketanji Brown Jackson. ⚖️
 
The Leadership Conference Retweeted ·  
Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, the first Black woman on the high court, as she’s sworn in today. Photos released from the Collection of the Supreme Court
 
 
Never forget: This moment matters.
 
The Leadership Conference Retweeted ·  
There is so much we have to do to protect and expand our fundamental rights. This is the happy history we are making that is critically important to what we must protect.
 
In reply to @civilrightsorg
With our rights under attack, and at a time with increased attention on the U.S. Supreme Court, the swearing in of Justice Jackson today brings hope for a future where our highest court delivers true and equal justice for all of us.
Replying to @civilrightsorg
Fundamental civil and human rights are under attack by an ideologically extreme majority that has taken us backwards on abortion, civil rights & more. We know that Justice Jackson will serve with brilliance and understands that people turn to the courts for fairness and justice.
 
In reply to @civilrightsorg
This is a day of celebration. Even as we are redoubling our efforts to ensure our civil rights are restored, advanced, and defended, we hold on to the joy and promise that moments like this bring us.
Replying to @civilrightsorg
With our rights under attack, and at a time with increased attention on the U.S. Supreme Court, the swearing in of Justice Jackson today brings hope for a future where our highest court delivers true and equal justice for all of us.
 
BREAKING: Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson has been sworn in as the first Black woman – and first public defender – to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court. pic.twitter.com/dRnBIXVKe5
Replying to @civilrightsorg
This is a day of celebration. Even as we are redoubling our efforts to ensure our civil rights are restored, advanced, and defended, we hold on to the joy and promise that moments like this bring us.
 
BREAKING: Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson has been sworn in as the first Black woman – and first public defender – to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court.
 
As his retirement becomes official, we thank Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer for his principled service and for his enduring commitment to protecting and advancing civil and human rights.
 
A reminder during #Pride: A lack of consistent data about LGBTQI people hampers efforts to advance justice, equity & inclusion.

Despite increasing visibility in communities & in private surveys, LGBTQI people far too often remain invisible in federal data.civilrights.org/blog/data-incl…
Data Inclusion Is Vital for LGBTQI Equality
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The Leadership Conference Retweeted ·  
The Supreme Court ALLOWS the Biden administration to terminate the controversial Trump-era asylum policy known as "remain in Mexico." Red states argued that Biden was obliged to keep the policy, but SCOTUS says in a 5-4 ruling that the administration can end it.
 
#OTD in 1829, officials in Cincinnati issued a notice requiring Black residents to adhere to laws passed in 1804 and 1807 aimed at preventing “fugitive slaves” and freed Black people from settling in Ohio, which forced hundreds of Black people to flee. calendar.eji.org/racial-injusti…
 
“A team searching a Mississippi courthouse basement for evidence about the lynching of Black teenager Emmett Till has found the unserved warrant charging a white woman in his 1955 kidnapping...” wjtv.com/news/state/195…
 
We thank @POTUS for continuing to name qualified and diverse nominees to serve on our federal courts.

Important: If confirmed to the 3rd Circuit, Justice Tamika Montgomery-Reeves will be the first Black woman from Delaware to serve as an Article III federal judge. #CourtsMatter
 
 
The Leadership Conference Retweeted ·  
Just in: Ketanji Brown Jackson will be sworn in tomorrow at noon as the newest Supreme Court justice, replacing Stephen Breyer. She will become the first Black woman ever to serve on the high court.
 
Restore the Voting Rights Act.
Black Louisianans compose over 33% of the total population and 31% of the voting age population but, under the enacted map, can only elect the candidate of their choice in a single majority-minority district that snakes between New Orleans and Baton Rouge. democracydocket.com/news/voter-tes…
 
Last week, we released an open letter signed by 150 civil and human rights organizations calling for the full inclusion, protection, and celebration of transgender and all LGBTQI+ youth.

No matter what anyone says, you BELONG. civilrights.org/resource/open-…
 
“Well after his playing days, Briscoe remained outspoken about racial injustice. He was proud to have moved the needle in 1968, but he told The Associated Press in 2018 he was disappointed that many strides made in his day had been lost.”

Rest in power. npr.org/2022/06/29/110…
 
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly.”

–Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
#WednesdayWisdom
 
Early in the morning on June 29, 1958, a bomb exploded outside Bethel Street Baptist Church in Birmingham in one of the segregated city's Black neighborhoods. The pastor, Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth, was a civil rights activist working to eliminate segregation.calendar.eji.org/racial-injusti…
 
#OTD 40 years ago, President Reagan signed a reauthorization of the Voting Rights Act – saying “The right to vote is the crown jewel of American liberties, and we will not see its luster diminished.”

It’s time to honor this landmark law's bipartisan history and #RestoreTheVRA.
 
#OTD 31 years ago, Justice Thurgood Marshall announced his retirement from the Supreme Court.

We miss him.

We need more civil rights lawyers serving at all levels of the federal judiciary – judges and justices who will respect the rights of all people in America. #CourtsMatter
 
Nine years after the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act, SCOTUS today reinstates a racially discriminatory redistricting plan in Louisiana – a state previously covered by Section 5 of the VRA.

The need for federal voting rights legislation is clearer now more than ever.
Replying to @civilrightsorg
The Supreme Court, after gutting VRA, is now allowing racially discriminatory redistricting plans while simultaneously giving state legislatures full power to decide abortion rights. Voting rights protect ALL other rights. Understand what this is really about. #ProtectTheVote
 
Nine years after the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act, SCOTUS today reinstates a racially discriminatory redistricting plan in Louisiana – a state previously covered by Section 5 of the VRA.

The need for federal voting rights legislation is clearer now more than ever.
🚨BREAKING: U.S. Supreme Court reinstates Louisiana's congressional map after lower courts blocked it for diluting the voting strength of Black Louisianans & halts order to create a second majority-Black district until a similar Alabama case is decided. democracydocket.com/cases/louisian…
 
Our civil rights – and our democracy – don’t protect themselves. It’s up to all of us to push forward together for the America we deserve.
 
The Leadership Conference Retweeted ·  
The Committee did NOT overstate the urgency! #January6thCommiteeHearings
 
Never forget that #January6th was an unprecedented assault on our democracy that was rooted in white supremacy.
 
 
The Leadership Conference Retweeted ·  
Republicans Are Sending Abortion Back to the States. But D.C. Isn’t a State. #NewsBreak. The end of #Roe is an open invitation to the GOP to trample on DC’s autonomy. The end of abortion is on the table in spite of local sentiment. We need #Statehood! ⁦ newsbreakapp.com/n/0gOAzfwj?pd=…
 
Fifty-three years later, we fight on. #Stonewall
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We celebrate #CorettaScottKing. 👑
🧵 Please join me in celebrating my mother, #CorettaScottKing.

54 years ago today, less than 3 months after my father was assassinated, she founded @TheKingCenter, a memorial to him and a nonviolence training and advocacy center. #MLK pic.twitter.com/gVRPxk1AgQ
 
Disability rights are civil and human rights.
 
We're hiring! Join the fight for justice at the nation's oldest, largest, and most diverse civil and human rights coalition. civilrights.org/about/careers/
Work for civil and human rights. Join our team.
civilrights.org
 
The Leadership Conference Retweeted ·  
#SamGilliam was such a massive talent. Growing up in DC with so few recognized Black artists, he was a stand out. His legacy will live on and he will be missed. washingtonpost.com/obituaries/202…
 
 
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