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Black Americans Mostly Left Behind by Progress Since Dr. King’s Death

How much has really improved for black people in the U.S. since 1968? Ted Eytan, CC BY-SA On Apr. 4, 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee, while assisting striking sanitation workers. Back then, over a half century ago, the wholesale racial integration required by the 1964 Civil Rights Act was just beginning to chip away at discrimination in education, jobs and public facilities. Black voters had only obtained legal protections two years earlier, and the 1968 Fair Housing Act was about to become law. African-Americans were only...
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One of Haiti’s most prominent and staunch queer campaigners has been found dead after threats of violence

Charlot Jeudy, the president of a leading LGBT+ organisation in Haiti, has been found dead, following years of threats of violence against him for speaking out against homophobia. Long-time LGBT+ rights campaigner Charlot Jeudy was found dead on Monday (25 November) at his home in Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti. According to his friend Geraldine Clair Museau, who spoke to the Associated Press, it was not immediately clear how he died and police did not return requests for comment. Human rights organisation Outright said that the circumstances of his death...
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