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OJ Simpson's trial exposed America's racial divide. Three decades later, what's changed?

Usatoday 13 Apr 2024
... of what the case meant to Black Americans and their relationship to the criminal justice system, Charles and other experts told USA TODAY after Simpson's death Wednesday from prostate cancer.
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House approves spy tool

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 13 Apr 2024
... querying the intelligence repository for information about Americans or others in the U.S., including about a member of Congress and participants in the racial justice protests of 2020 and the Jan.
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Mexico takes Ecuador to international court over embassy raid

The Daily Tribune - Bahrain 13 Apr 2024
Mexico filed a lawsuit against Ecuador Thursday at the International Court of Justice over the storming of its embassy in Quito, saying it wanted the South American country "suspended" from the United Nations.
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Former US ambassador sentenced to 15 years in prison for serving as secret agent for Cuba

Wtop 13 Apr 2024
“Any sentence that allows him to see the light of day again would not be justice,” said Carlos Trujillo, a Miami attorney who served as U.S. Ambassador to the Organization of American States during the Trump administration.
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OJ Simpson befriended killer Menendez brothers Erik and Lyle in jail, book claims

New York Post 13 Apr 2024
... to them than justice ... Simpson was ultimately acquitted of the murders in October 1995 — a verdict that is still remembered as perhaps the most shocking in the history of the American justice system.
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Ex-US ambassador gets 15 years in prison for serving as secret agent for Cuba

Tampa Bay Times 13 Apr 2024
“Any sentence that allows him to see the light of day again would not be justice,” said Carlos Trujillo, a Miami attorney who served as U.S. ambassador to the Organization of American States during the Trump administration.
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Former ambassador sentenced to 15 years in prison for decades-long spying of US government for Cuba

New York Post 13 Apr 2024
government, a staggering betrayal of the American people and an acknowledgement that every oath he took to the United States was a lie,” the Justice Department official added ... The Justice ...
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House passes surveillance law extension without warrant requirement

The Spokesman-Review 13 Apr 2024
“It’s painful to get this close and still end up without this basic protection for Americans’ rights,” said Elizabeth Goitein of the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law.
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Texas' diversity, equity and inclusion ban has led to more than 100 job cuts at ...

Times Union 13 Apr 2024
... focus as “sociology of sport and cultural studies, sport management and diversity, inclusion and social justice.” A course she taught this semester was titled Race and Sports in African American Life.
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Strasbourg court’s Swiss climate ruling could have global impact, say experts

AOL 13 Apr 2024
The ruling will make international waves if it is cited in forthcoming advisory opinions on climate change from the international court of justice and the inter-American court of human rights.
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Texas' diversity, equity and inclusion ban has led to more than 100 job cuts at state universities

The Call 13 Apr 2024
... focus as “sociology of sport and cultural studies, sport management and diversity, inclusion and social justice.” A course she taught this semester was titled Race and Sports in African American Life.
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Texas’ diversity, equity and inclusion ban has led to more than 100 job cuts at ...

Wtop 13 Apr 2024
... focus as “sociology of sport and cultural studies, sport management and diversity, inclusion and social justice.” A course she taught this semester was titled Race and Sports in African American Life.
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McDaniel College to address pre-K teacher shortage with new program this fall

Baltimore Sun 13 Apr 2024
Since the fall of 2020, McDaniel has added 13 new majors, including actuarial science, American Sign Language, applied mathematics, biochemistry, biomedical science, criminal justice, food studies, ...
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In death, 3 decades after his trial verdict, O.J. Simpson still reflects America’s racial divides

The Virginian-Pilot 12 Apr 2024
... symbolize the struggles around racism, policing and justice ... Both reactions reflected different experiences with a criminal justice system that continues to disproportionately punish Black Americans.
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In death, O.J. Simpson and his trial verdict still reflect America's racial divides

Newsday 12 Apr 2024
Both reactions reflected different experiences with a criminal justice system that continues to disproportionately punish Black Americans ... symbolize the struggles around racism, policing and justice.
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