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US: Phoenix police discriminate

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 14 Jun 2024
This is the first time the department has issued findings like this regarding treatment of Native American people and homeless people, said Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke, who leads the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division.

Letter: Celebrate Juneteenth at DeGarmo Park

Chico Enterprise Record 14 Jun 2024
As the Juneteenth celebration approaches, we must recognize its’ profound significance in American history and culture ... Juneteenth symbolizes the movement of our nation toward justice and equality.

Tennessee Supreme Court Affirms Three-Year Suspension of Knoxville Attorney Loring Justice

The Tennessee Tribune 14 Jun 2024
Justice previously was disbarred in 2019, that disbarment was not permanent under the applicable professional ethics rules at that time ... Justice remains subject to additional discipline such as the suspension the Court approved in today’s opinion.

Canadian resident of China pleads guilty to selling Tesla secrets

The Manila Times 14 Jun 2024
NEW YORK, United States — A Canadian resident of China faces 10 years in prison after pleading guilty in US court to stealing industrial secrets from a leading American electric car maker, justice authorities said Thursday.


Nashville Pride 14 Jun 2024
Meanwhile, according to the Sentencing Project report ‘The Color of Justice,’ as many as a third of African American men have felony convictions ... Black men experience miscarriages of justice every single day ... Much needed victory attained for justice.

Editorial: Affirming reproductive rights is a message worth supporting

Daily Camera 14 Jun 2024
With Supreme Court justices publicly calling for a reconsideration of the fundamental rights of their fellow Americans, moving to protect those rights with federal laws is about much more than messages.

Flag Day is June 14: A visual guide to the meaning and history

Delaware Online 14 Jun 2024
Flag Day celebrates the symbolism and history of the American flag on June 14 ... While its look has changed more than a few times over the years, the American flag has remained a symbol of freedom and justice ... How to properly display the American flag.

Essay winners: Juneteenth lets us remember nation's past while striving for better future

Lansing State Journal 14 Jun 2024
To summarize, Juneteenth's historical significance as a celebration of liberation and freedom for African Americans is firmly anchored in the history of slavery and the ongoing battle for equality and justice.

Supreme Court upholds FDA’s approval of abortion pills for early pregnancies

The Ponca City News 14 Jun 2024
... than 5 million American women is unsafe and should be withdrawn from the market.

Our flag has been co-opted into a tool to divide the nation. I want to protect it.

The Oklahoman 14 Jun 2024
I distinctly remember the day when the American flag became such an essential symbol in my life ... Its ranks of veterans who had fought in our most significant wars proudly honor our nation with its most revered symbol — the American flag.

Anti-violence activist in Youngstown shot and killed

The Vindicator 14 Jun 2024
Miller was a member of the National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice, which is a collective of individuals advocating for equal justice for African Americans and minorities within the criminal justice system ... Joyce Juvenile Justice Center ... .

Biden-Harris Administration celebrates Juneteenth with concert, new initiatives to honor Black history

Nashville Pride 14 Jun 2024
... American history. Since taking office, President Biden and Vice President Harris have prioritized advancing racial justice and recognizing Black history as an essential component of American history.

YGBFKM, Pentagon

Hot Air 14 Jun 2024
Gee, why aren't the armed services meeting their recruitment goals? Maybe young men and women have gotten tired of being guinea pigs for progressive social-justice projects. .

What Europeans and Americans Really Want

Jewish World Review 14 Jun 2024
So, what do Americans want? ... Americans see it, and they are fed up ... How serious are Americans on this issue? Poll after poll shows that immigration — not abortion or climate change — is the no.

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