Civil Rights Monitor

The Civil Rights Monitor is an annual publication that reports on civil rights issues pending before the three branches of government. The Monitor also provides a historical context within which to assess current civil rights issues.

Current Issue

Volume 26: February 2017 (PDF)

Table of Contents

1. The Soul of the Movement: Gearing up for Big Fights in 2017
3. After Eight Years, a Look Back at the Obama Administration
6. Americans Feel the Effects of a Gutted Voting Rights Act
8. ESSA Implementation Takes Center Stage
10. In Historic Fashion, Senate Fails to do its Job on Federal Judges
12. Recent Developments in Policing and Technology
14. States and Obama Administration Act to Increase Economic Security
16. As Sentencing Reform Stalls, President Obama Takes Historic Steps on Clemency
19. The 40th Annual Hubert H. Humphrey Civil and Human Rights Award Dinner
23. Civil Rights and the 2015-16 SCOTUS Term
26. Ensuring a Fair and Accurate Count of the Incarcerated
27. With Federal Legislation Stalled, States Take Action on LGBT Issues
29. Bringing Broadband into the Homes of Millions of Americans
31. Polling the New Education Majority
32. Reports

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