Tag: civil rights

‘Civil rights isn’t over’: Americans mark Juneteenth coast to coast

Thousands marched through U.S. cities on Friday in Juneteenth observances marking the abolition of slavery more than a century and a half ago, an occasion freighted with special resonance this year amid America's reckoning with its legacy of racism.

Where do Abela and Fearne stand on civil rights?

The Malta LGBTIQ Rights Movement invited Chris Fearne and Robert Abela, to answer an identical set of questions related to the civil rights

Gabon bans gay sex as global pace of reform falters

Gabon has passed a law against gay sex, becoming the 70th country to ban the practice, an official confirmed, as the global pace of reform falters.

Hungary to take legal steps against critical EU ruling – PM...

Hungary's government will decide on Monday on legal steps to challenge a European parliament ruling against the country for flouting democratic standards, Prime Minister...