Category Social Justice

The Uvalde School Shooter Did Not Act Alone

At around 11:32 am on May 24, 18-year-old Salvador Ramos, who lived in Uvalde, Texas, opened fire in Robb Elementary School just two days before students were due to start their summer vacation. After arguing with his grandmother, with whom he had been living, he… Continue Reading →

TV Network Shuts Down Jimmy Kimmel for NRA Monologue

Jimmy Kimmel’s opening monologue was abruptly cut short Wednesday by a local TV station in Texas after he had called out “cowardly” senators for “listening to the NRA.” Kimmel called out the ABC affiliate station in Dallas, WFAA, on Twitter… Continue Reading →

US Subpoenaed Left-Wing Reporter’s Phone Records

Conservatives often talk about censorship and government oversight, but those on the left are not without grievance. The US justice department secretly issued a subpoena to gain access to details of the phone account of a Guardian reporter as part… Continue Reading →

Body Cam Footage Shows Officer Shooting 75 Year Old with Dementia Dead

New body camera video from the Las Cruces Police Department has been released in connection to an officer-involved shooting in April that resulted in the death of 75-year-old Amelia Baca. The body cam video released is from the officer who… Continue Reading →

Texas Supreme Court is Investigating Families of Trans Teens

In a unanimous ruling on a controversial issue, the Texas Supreme Court on Friday has cleared the way for the state child welfare agency to resume investigating parents and doctors who provide gender-affirming care for trans youth — actions that… Continue Reading →

Family Sues Hospital for Racism over C-Section Death

The husband of a Black woman who died hours after childbirth in 2016 sued Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Wednesday, saying she bled to death because of a culture of racism at the renowned Los Angeles hospital. Charles Johnson IV said… Continue Reading →

Drunk Police Show Up to Kidnapping Scene

While a lot of police work hard each day to ensure American safety, that is not always the case as shown in this recent even. A California officer was allegedly intoxicated while he was at a crime scene investigating a… Continue Reading →

Anonymous Sends Warning to US Supreme Court

Hacking collective Anonymous has issued a chilling message to the US Supreme Court after leaked documents indicated that five Justices could be gearing up to repeal America’s landmark abortion ruling. “Repealing Roe v Wade isn’t going to go the way… Continue Reading →

America’s First College Behind Bars

– Behind a fortress wall and razor wire and a few feet away from California’s death row, students at one of the country’s most unique colleges discuss the 9/11 attacks and issues of morality, identity and nationalism. Dressed in matching… Continue Reading →

Harvard to Give $100 Million for Slavery Reparations

Harvard University is setting aside $100 million for an endowment fund and other measures to close the educational, social and economic gaps that are legacies of slavery and racism, according to an email the university’s president sent to all students,… Continue Reading →

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