Safeguarding the rights of LGBTQI+ people in the U.S. is part of a tradition of ensuring minority rights that is entwined with U.S. history.
The Tulsa Race Massacre was one of the deadliest racial attacks in U.S. history. The city of Tulsa and survivors are reckoning with it a century later.
Protesters in Burma are using a salute from an American author's series, "The Hunger Games," to oppose military rule and push for democracy.
The reopening of the U.S. Consulate in Bratislava, now the U.S. Embassy, underscored America's and Slovakia's shared commitment to freedom and human rights.
Burma's military has blocked the internet to stymie calls for democracy. Learn more about the far-reaching effects of denying the right to information.
The State Department's Report on International Religious Freedom tracks assaults on the right to worship. Learn how the U.S. defends religious freedom.
From local governments to Congress and the Office of the Vice President, Americans of Asian descent are making their mark in U.S. politics.
Learn more about transgender rights from three activists: Tashnuva Anan Shishir from Bangladesh, Zoe Joffre from Mexico and Chaber from Poland.
The People's Republic of China sentences Uyghur educators to prison as part of a campaign of repression against ethnic minorities in Xinjiang, critics say.