“The FBI New Orleans Field Office, in coordination with the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division and U.S. Attorney’s Office, remain committed to protecting the rights of all Americans, to include those incarcerated.”
The ongoing fight to finally make the ERA Article 28 of the Constitution will certainly provide us with many new ones.
Protests identify legitimate grievances in society, and often tackle issues that affect people who lack the power to address them through other means.
In this period of normalized illegality and attempts at intimidation, we shall not allow the state to move against these courageous activists without resistance from our movements.
In the UK and US, being rich can add almost a decade of healthy living to a person’s life.
“Let us remember that we are not the criminals. The criminals are the people who are letting this world burn for money.”
“The actions of a senior faculty member have raised new concerns. In keeping with MIT practice on faculty discipline, I have asked his department head to consider any appropriate action."
We default to an “us versus them” dichotomy, when we should be talking about communities and how we can make them work for everyone.
“We have zero tolerance for crooked cops in the Paterson Police Department. This should serve as a cautionary tale that crime doesn’t pay, especially in law enforcement.”
In the two years since Congress passed the Republican tax law, the richest 1 percent have been the big winners.