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An up-to-date archive of major press coverage of CCR's work and opinion pieces. Articles are available either on the original publisher's site or as a PDF.
New York City used tests that discriminated against Black and Latino applicants to the Fire Department and had little relation to firefighting, a federal judge in Brooklyn ruled, dealing a blow to the administration of…
A federal judge has determined that the Fire Department of New York City used racially discriminatory hiring practices that unlawfully prevented hundreds of qualified African American and Latino applicants from joining the department. New York…
In light of the controversial Ricci case, the case against the FDNY for entrance exams which are discriminatory against Blacks and Latinos, which is being brought by the Vulcan Society and the Department of Justice,…
A Guantanamo detainee is so fearful of returning to his homeland that he is fighting U.S. plans to send him there.
The settlement last week of claims that Shell was complicit in the executions of Ken Saro-Wiwa and the other "Ogoni 9" in November 1995, as well as numerous other human rights violations, is another important…
Op-ed columnist praises the Center for Constitutional Rights for being "committed to fairness, justice and the rule of law," while Obama maintains policies similar to those of his predecessor.
The Supreme Court has made it harder to prove discrimination on the basis of age, ruling against an employee in his mid-50s who says he was demoted because of his age.
An ACLU lawsuit will challenge the transfer of an inmate to a facility that drastically limits outside contact.
The new evidence from Guantanamo.
Royal Dutch Shell, the big oil company, agreed to pay $15.5 million to settle a case accusing it of taking part in human rights abuses in the Niger Delta in the early 1990s, a striking…