St. Louis Urban League President Added to Civil Rights Hall of Fame A big honor for a local non-profit leader.
St. Louis Marks Martin Luther King Jr. DaySome say it's the most important Martin Luther King Jr. Day in years.
Civil Rights Icon Frankie Muse Freeman DiesNAACP leaders in the St. Louis region salute her accomplishments and inspiration
More Boycotts Planned in Response to Stockley CaseCivil rights demonstrators in downtown St. Louis announcing plans to boycott U.S. Bank and others.
Civil Rights Icon Frankie Freeman Statue Installed in Kiener PlazaThe St Louis City branch of the NAACP will dedicate a bronze statue to civil rights icon Frankie Muse Freeman in Kiener Plaza this afternoon.
Sister Antona Ebo, Civil Rights Activist DiesSt. Louis nun marched in Selma after 1965's Bloody Sunday & was featured in 2007 PBS documentary
NAACP Moves Forward With Missouri Travel AdvisoryThe NAACP is moving forward with a travel advisory warning people to be careful while in Missouri because of a danger that civil rights won't be respected.
Missouri NAACP Issuing Travel Advisory Against the StateThe Missouri NAACP is issuing an advisory telling travelers to be careful while in the state because of a danger that civil rights won't be respected.
Hundreds Mark MLK Jr. Birthday in St. LouisProgram, march and prayer service honor slain civil rights leader.
Federal Indictment Involves Ex-Gasconade County DeputyMarty Rainey faces up to life in prison if found guilty of sexually-related civil rights charges.
Report: Ferguson Close to Agreement with DOJThere's a report that Ferguson is close to a deal with the U.S. Department Justice that would head off a federal civil rights lawsuit.
Missouri Forms New Office for Discrimination InvestigationsThe university announced Wednesday that the new Office for Civil Rights and Title IX will reduce the number of offices involved in handling discrimination complaints.

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