Parents and grassroots organizations are pushing for elections as the only way to hold schools accountable.
An ACLU test of the tech giant’s Rekognition product confirms consumer advocates’ fears.
On average, they end up in lower-ranked law schools and have lower bar exam passage rates, employment rates and income levels. With intense competition for paid social justice positions, few will have careers fighting for ideals that brought them to law school in the first place.
Emmanuel Mervilus, who like many poor people of color was preyed upon by police, spent four years imprisoned for a crime he did not commit. In what is a miracle for the formerly incarcerated, condemned by our criminal caste system, he got a second chance.
The interviewer tells the House speaker she feels excluded; he responds: "We need more minorities, more women in our party."
Led by people living in recovery or still facing addiction—along with family members whose loved ones died from overdoses—the movement is becoming increasingly organized.
And redirect the money “to black futures and the marginalized,” writes Guardian columnist Stephen Thrasher following the announcement that New York Police Department Commissioner Bill Bratton intends to resign next month.