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Community Marches in Protest of Colorado Man's Nazi and Confederate Flags

A rally against racism, prompted by the Confederate flag and a flag with a swastika.

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A 40-year old resident, Larry "L.J." Brooks, of a home in Fruita, Colorado was met by protesters who were outraged that their neighbors had erected a Confederate flag and a flag with a swastika above his house.

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Ruling in Colorado Bakery Case Sends Message About Discrimination

The Supreme Court made it clear that you cannot target people based on religion or sexual orientation — but left the future of similar cases in limbo.

David Mullins (L) and Charlie Craig / REUTERS

The United States Supreme Court ruled on Monday morning in favor of a baker hailing from Colorado who refused to bake a cake for a gay couple. The victory is a shaky one, though, as it deflected from the broader issue.

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Trump Attacks LGBT Community with Bogus 'Religious Freedom Day'

Intent is to allow discrimination against LGBT people, erasing over 100 years of federal non-discrimination law. American Taliban Pence goes back to his gay-bashing roots.

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President Donald Trump declared January 16 "Religious Freedom Day." Presidents make this proclamation every year, but Trump's "religious freedom" says businesses should have the right to discriminate by letting them refuse to serve LGBT people based solely on their sexual orientation or gender identity.

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Republicans Seek to Criminalize, Deter Peaceful Protesting

Lawmakers in eight states are proposing laws to intimidate protesters, including protecting motorists who "unintentionally" run them over.

Kona Burton, age 5, Maile Burton, age 7, and Keilani Burton, 9, (L-R) from Midway, Utah, hold their signs during a protest against new U.S. President Donald Trump during the Sundance Film Festival, in solidarity with the Women's March protests being held around the world, in Park City, Utah, January 21, 2017. / REUTERS

Republicans in eight states have proposed bills that would criminalize peaceful protesting — a right that is guaranteed by the First Amendment.

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U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Case of Juror's Racial Bias

"When racial prejudice infects a jury's decision whether to convict, the integrity of the criminal justice system is brought into direct question."

The Supreme Court will hear a case next month where justices will determine if racially charged comments during jury deliberations are grounds for breaking juror confidentiality.

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Tone-Deaf 'Racist' Poster Illustrates Lack of Diverse Leadership at Red Cross

Critics have called for diversification of the organization's nearly all-white management after no one noticed bias reflected in poster.

Critics have called for diversification of the organization's nearly all-white management after no one noticed bias reflected in poster.

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What Other States Face Anti-LGBT Laws?

There are now more than 85 anti-LGBT bills before 28 states. How does your state stack up?

What Other States Face Anti-LGBT Laws?

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