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Civil Rights and Social Change

- The 50th anniversary of the enactment of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 calls us to renew our national will to ensure equal justice for all.
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Voices of Trinity: Updated: Reflections on the March on Washington 1963 – 2013

- Updated: Trinity students, faculty and staff share their experiences at this week's March on Washington and related events...
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How Dr. King Changed Me… and Trinity

- This 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington is an occasion to reflect on the ways in which Dr. King's leadership provoked change among individuals, institutions and our nation.
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50 Years Later: Confronting the Moral Crisis of Discrimination

- 50 years after President Kennedy addressed the moral problem of race discrimination, this society still must confront racism and prejudice.
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Seneca Falls, Selma and Stonewall

- President Obama lays out a full agenda for social justice. "We the People" have challenges ahead!
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Is Affirmative Action Still Necessary?

- This week, the Supreme Court hears oral arguments in Fisher v. University of Texas. What is your opinion on the issues?
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Voting Rights and American Morality

- Voting rights is a moral issue for this nation. All citizens must be able to exercise the right to vote without fear, intimidation, or artificial barriers to voting.
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Voices of Trinity: Students Speak to Justice

- Trinity students, faculty and staff give witness to our mission values to serve the world and take action for justice.
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Voices of Trinity: Constitution Day 2011

- What is your take on the current state of our rights and freedoms? Add your voice to the discussion for Constitution Day!
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Turning Back The Clock

- Happy Anniversary, ladies!  Today is the 90th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote.   Yes, it’s only been 90 years — within the lifetime of our mothers and grandmothers — that women became fully enfranchised citizens. …
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