Congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis says change can be accomplished without violence.
Freedom Indiana’s push to defeat the religious freedom bill known as RFRA this past session was largely unsuccessful.
Take a look back in our “History Through Headlines” segment. It was 1964. The Beatles came to America and the World’s Fair was held in New York City.
The state legislature changed RFRA to make it clear the law could not be used to discriminate against people because of sexual orientation or gender identity.
On the 50th Anniversary of Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream" Speech, two IU professors discuss the progress of civil rights in the last 50 years.
Their federal lawsuit claims administrators blamed Young for the bullying for being too flamboyant.
Silent protestors hovered outside Bloomington’s Planned Parenthood office Wednesday joined by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s niece.
Mississippi is the only other state to have fewer in-home care recipients.
A student may sue the Indianapolis area school district, alleging officials failed to protect her from repeated racial harassment and threats of violence.
We find out what the inauguration of Barack Obama means to people in our community.