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June 01, 2013
A Justice Department agreement will decrease excessive suspensions and expulsions of mostly young black students for trivial infractions like wearing the wrong colored socks, says Brentin Mock in Colorlines.
In a piece for Colorlines, Brentin Mock places the Internal Revenue Service's targeting of Tea Party groups in historical context.
Brentin Mock writes at Colorlines about journalist and documentarian Deborah "Big Red" Cotton, who has expressed both her concern about New Orleans violence and her compassion and love for black men in the city.
Colorlines' Brentin Mock presents his own research to challenge the claim by The Root's Keli Goff that voting-rights and affirmative action coverage suffered because of journalists' focus on marriage equality.
On Gawker, environmental reporter Brentin Mock writes about how tracking down a high-paid fracking job affected a friend, and how this dangerous new way to access "clean energy" may not be so clean.
Colorlines' Brentin Mock breaks down what he says is a case of election losers having decided that they are going to hate the player and the game.
Despite being exposed by the media in 2012 for highly organized efforts to dissuade and menace possible voters, the True the Vote organization hasn't given up, and neither has Colorlines' Brentin Mock in decrying their efforts.
Colorlines' Brentin Mock argues that these citizens deserve the same opportunity for re-entry into society that the Confederate states were given after losing the Civil War.
In the Nation, Brentin Mock discusses how Virginia's laws are written to disenfranchise former felons and what one local is doing to fight back.
Colorlines' Brentin Mock wonders what the late legendary civil rights activist Lawrence Guyot would have to say about the Voting Rights Act case coming before the Supreme Court next year.
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