After the officer slapped the cellphone out of the woman’s hand, her mother attempted to record the rest of the incident on her cellphone as another officer detained her.
“We want to be able to figure out how to give the land back to Indigenous people.”
"Trump's plan would unleash a fracking frenzy that puts California's people and wildlife in harm's way."
Much like other teacher actions that have occurred across the nation, Sacramento teachers are demanding changes to their salaries, reduced class sizes, and increases in school support staff including more nurses, psychologists, librarians, and program specialists.
This marks the 34th consecutive police shooting review in which Sacramento District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert found that the officers acted legally, according to The Sacramento Bee.
State laws and policies in California have made some progress possible, but many tribes still lack legal recognition and struggle to maintain their cultural heritage and the environment.
District Attorney George Gascón partnered with Code for America to use a technological approach to help identify eligible cases, some going back decades.
Although the new police transparency law took place on January 1, Becerra refuses to provide records involving police misconduct that occurred before the law took effect.
“This ongoing investigation serves as a reminder to us all of the important bond of trust we share with the public we serve and the importance of carrying out our duties with the integrity expected of our profession.”