Civil Rights Videos
Rep. Marcy Kaptur to become longest-serving woman in House
ABC News' John Parkinson talks to the congresswoman about her 35-year tenure.
Tim Kaine compares student walkout to Civil Rights marches
Sen. Kaine joined student activists to protest inaction on gun reform, comparing the walkout to marches in Birmingham, Alabama, during the Civil Rights movement.
National School Walkout finds students gathering for tighter gun control laws
Over 3,100 walkout events are registered across the globe, according to event organizers.
Ex-officer charged in assault of alleged jaywalker
Christopher Hickman was captured on body camera video in 2017, beating and using a stun gun on an African-American man stopped for jaywalking.
Evangelical leader believes we live in 'a culture full of fear and loathing'
With many evangelical leaders backing President Trump, Collin Hansen of The Gospel Coalition tells on a new installment of 'Uncomfortable' why he worries the church's future is at stake.
Thousands gather to mourn iconic evangelist Billy Graham
President Trump, Vice President Pence and thousands more celebrated the life of Rev. Graham in a funeral the family called his "last crusade."
Video of police officer questioning black pedestrian draws criticism
The officer questions the man for more than two minutes, according to activists.
Meet a woman who changed the face of medicine
Dr. Patricia Bath, the first African-American female doctor to receive a medical patent, revolutionized cataract surgery.
New film sounds the alarm on those caught in the so-called school-to-prison pipeline
For Anna Deavere Smith's film "Notes From the Field," she interviewed 250 people on their experiences with educations and the criminal justice system.
Youth across the country mobilize for gun control
"The View" co-hosts react to reports that young people are taking action to try to change the nation's gun laws.