He was suspected of stealing a backpack as a teen. His parents couldn’t afford the $10,000 bail so he remained … Continue reading Kalief Browder, Jailed For 3 Years Without Conviction, Dies Of Suicide
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By Laura Dimon May 8, 2014 It was 1972. Thousands of American troops were battling communist forces in Vietnam. Nixon had won … Continue reading A Modern Day Slave Plantation Exists, and It’s Thriving in the Heart of America
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“Did you rape this woman?” “No, no. I don’t even know the woman,” Long said. “Never seen her?” “Till the … Continue reading 39 years in prison, for a crime he maintains he is innocent of
I hope you saw the news today about the important new Department of Education data on the crisis that’s playing out in … Continue reading Jim Crow lingers in education