Sixty-Six Years Since Brown v. Board of Education
By JOHN Q. GARRETT

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            Yesterday marked the sixty-sixth anniversary of the United States Supreme Court’s May 17, 1954, decisions in Brown v. Board of Education and its companion cases.  These decisions were right then, and they still are right today and going forward.  They are among the most important events in U.S. history.           …

TribuneSixty-Six Years Since Brown v. Board of Education
By JOHN Q. GARRETT

Engel Statement on 65th Anniversary of Brown vs. Board of Education Decision

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WASHINGTON, DC –  May 18, 2019 —  Congressman Eliot L. Engel issued the following statement on May 17th, the 65th Anniversary of the landmark decision in Brown vs. the Board of Education: “Sixty-five years ago today, in the landmark Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka decision, the Supreme Court struck down the doctrine of ‘separate but equal,’ determining it was …

eHeziEngel Statement on 65th Anniversary of Brown vs. Board of Education Decision

Getting Closer to Consensus on Gay Rights

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In one remarkable summer, three federal judges in three very different parts of the country have struck down laws depriving homosexual Americans of rights everyone else takes for granted. This is what an emerging consensus looks like.

eHeziGetting Closer to Consensus on Gay Rights