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Judge: Married Lake Stevens cop’s misconduct didn’t violate girlfriend’s civil rights

Lake Stevens attorneys, in court pleadings, described the woman’s lawsuit “as a weird little case about a private tryst gone awry.”
Seattle Times

Latest Rikers brutality case fuels debate over jail's future

*By The Canadian Press* NEW YORK — The latest in a string of brutality cases against Rikers Island guards has added fuel to a growing debate on whether New York City's notoriously violent jail..
CJME

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News video: Activist Carolyn Rush Laid To Rest In Englewood

Activist Carolyn Rush Laid To Rest In Englewood 01:28

Mrs. Rush was active in the civil rights movement and served as a community organizer. She was married to Rep. Bobby Rush.
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News video: Salem church to turn 150 years old

Salem church to turn 150 years old

Salem church to turn 150 years old
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News video: Rachel Dolezal Is Still Struggling

Rachel Dolezal Is Still Struggling 00:39

Former white civil rights leader Rachel Dolezal is struggling following her racila identity scandal. According to the AP, Dolezal says she has been unable to find steady work in the nearly two years..
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News video: After Racial Identity Scandal Fallout, Rachel Dolezal Is Unemployed And Struggling

After Racial Identity Scandal Fallout, Rachel Dolezal Is Unemployed And Struggling 00:54

A woman who was once a black civil rights leader in Washington state, then lost her job after her parents exposed her as white, struggles to make a living these days. According to the Associated Press,..
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News video: Restaurant Eatsa Being Sued For Not Attending to the Blind

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On Friday, Reuters reports that fast food startup Eatsa, is being sued by disability rights advocates for not including accessibility features for the blind. Eatsa is a fast food restaurant that allows..
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Bay Area political events: pro-feminism, anti-Trump

Bay Area political events: pro-feminism, anti-Trump Political events Rallies and protest events are a part of political life in the Bay Area. Anti-Trump meetings: A general assembly to discuss strategy..
SFGate

Trump’s civil rights division will be headed by staffer who railed against civil rights for trans people

The Trump administration has quietly appointed a Heritage Foundation staffer who has railed against civil rights protections for transgender patients as director of the federal agency charged with..
Raw Story

Trump Is Obama’s Legacy: Will This Break Up Democratic Party? – Analysis

Nobody yet can tell whether Donald Trump is an agent of change with a specific policy in mind, or merely a catalyst heralding an as yet undetermined turning point. His first month in the White House..
Eurasia Review

Judge in Virginia declines to block travel ban

In a sweeping affirmation of presidential authority, a federal judge in Virginia ruled against a Muslim civil rights group that sought to block the Trump administrations proposed travel ban. The..
Deccan Herald Also reported by •FOXNews.comNew Zealand HeraldSeattle Times

NOM Condemns Assault On #FreeSpeechBus and Driver; Calls for Civil Rights Investigation; Promises Bus Tour Will Continue

National Organization for Marriage Statement on #FreeSpeechBus Tour Assault and Vandalism Washington, DC (PRWEB) March 24, 2017 The following statement may be attributed to Brian S. Brown,..
PRWeb

'Transracial' Rachel Dolezal opens up about racial identity struggles in her book 'In Full Color'

'transracial' rachel dolezal opens up about racial identity struggles in her book 'in full color'
A woman who was once a black civil rights leader in Washington state, then lost her job after her parents exposed her as white struggles to make a living these days.
canoe.ca

Political events: Health rally, ‘dark money’

Political events: Political events Rallies and protest events are a part of political life in the Bay Area. The California Clean Money Campaign hosts a summit on how to get “dark money” out of..
SFGate

In 1 Week, 2 Reports Of Men Threatening To Shoot Muslim Women

In less than a week, at least two men in America have allegedly threatened to shoot Muslim women who were in public with their children.  San Francisco police announced Thursday that they had..
Huffington Post

Associate Deputy Attorney General Danielle Conley Returns to WilmerHale

WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwired - March 24, 2017) - Danielle Conley, who concluded her service as Associate Deputy Attorney General of the United States in January, is returning to WilmerHale as a partner..
Marketwired

Canadians shy away from US travel amid fears of discrimination

Canadian travelers have been cancelling plans to visit the United States, as civil rights lawyers caution US border officials may be emboldened by Donald Trump's rhetoric. Jillian Kestler-D'Amours..
Deutsche Welle

Rachel Dolezal struggles after racial identity scandal

*By The Canadian Press* SPOKANE, Wash. — A woman who was once a black civil rights leader in Washington state, then lost her job after her parents exposed her as white struggles to make a living..
CJME Also reported by •IndependentNew Zealand HeraldFOXNews.com

Gorsuch Is Not Scalia's Clone, He's Thomas's

I was wrong, dead wrong, about appellate court and Trump SCOTUS nominee Neil Gorsuch. He’s not his oft-stated adored personal and judicial hero Antonin Scalia’s clone. He’s worse. He’s Clarence..
Huffington Post

'Saturday Night Live' Supports 9/11 Killers

The left doesn't care about the lost civil rights of people murdered by terrorists, only the civil rights of terrorist suspects. --
CNSNews.com

Uber finally agrees to reveal diversity data

Uber Technologies has agreed to provide next month its diversity data, which it had earlier declined to make public. Representatives of the ride hailing company will disclose the information at the..
PC World

No, We Don’t All Need To Get Along

Good intentions abound. That’s the only reason people still embrace misguided ideas like “colorblind society,” despite the powerfully negative connotations that such phrases conjure up. The..
Huffington Post


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