A series of short primers on legal principles and racial justice by the experts at LDF’s Thurgood Marshall Institute.

Algorithms of Oppression

https://tminstituteldf.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/88c2396f-1f89-4aa1-8c6a-a3a6c88e0e99.mp4 This installment of TMI Briefs features a conversation with New York Times Best-Selling Author and UCLA Associate Professor, Dr. Safiya Noble. Safiya sat down

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SCOTUS 2019 Term Preview

From its inception, the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (“LDF”) has served on the front lines of civil rights litigation efforts. Only the

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Water/Color

As the price of water continues to rise, scores of communities across the country are increasingly plagued by service terminations and lien sales, leading to home foreclosures

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Active Voice

Over LDF’s rich history, we have had the privilege of amplifying the voices of bold, courageous, and intelligent women through litigation and advocacy. During Women’s History

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The Census

    What is the Census?  Since 1790, the federal government has conducted the Census—a constitutionally required count of the entire population of the United

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The 14th Amendment

    The Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was the centerpiece of the Reconstruction Amendments, which together abolished slavery, gave African-American men the right

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