In the fifth week of the movement, police took the photojournalist into custody during a livestream of a protest for jobs and living wages.
Once the president's nominees are confirmed and the five-member EEOC swings from a Democratic majority to a Republican one, discrimination lawsuits face an uncertain future.
An outcry over the inclusion of the Anti-Defamation League, an Jewish nongovernmental organization, as a lead member of upcoming anti-racism training forced the coffee company to back down.
Injustice hunting has become the new favorite pastime of Americans instead of addressing the problems at their roots.
In Republican-led states where these types of bills surface, moderate GOP lawmakers and business leaders fear the loss of conventions, sporting events and corporate headquarters.
Civil rights leaders plan 40 days of marches, sit-ins and other peaceful protests to demand better homes, jobs and education for those in poverty.
The event commemorates the 50th anniversary of the civil rights icon's assassination.
Authorities warn the public to be vigilant in case more explosives are in transit or have been planted.