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Familial Searching and Bias: Dividing Communities to Solve Crime?

Familial Searching and Bias: Dividing Communities to Solve Crime?

By Kayleigh Brady

The adoption of familial searching practices is mired with issues. In this article, Kayleigh Brady examines the growing adoption of familial DNA database searching across the United Kingdom and globally. 2,082 more words

Criminal Law

Bias on tattoos and piercings in the work place... stupid bigots

Some bosses are doing better with letting employees express themselves with showing off tattoos and piercings. There are also bosses that if you have tattoos must be covered up during work hours. 212 more words


Black Artists and the March Into the Museum - The New York Times

After decades of spotty acquisitions, undernourished scholarship and token exhibitions, American museums are rewriting the history of 20th-century art to include black artists in a more visible and meaningful way than ever before, playing historical catch-up at full tilt, followed by collectors who are rushing to find the most significant works before they are out of reach. 13 more words

Racial Microaggressions

How scientific and fair can faculty hiring be?

If you have a committee of 6 choosing the 4 or so biologists to interview for a single position, what would a really accurate way to do it be? 789 more words


Court to hear argument in a case alleging bias in Revenue's investigation of tax avoidance

On Thursday, 3rd of December, a five judge panel will hear argument in four related cases involving the Revenue Commissioners as defendants/respondents and four appellants from a group of 26 who were involved in a structured tax avoidance scheme referred to as the… 832 more words

Fair Procedure

Did you just call me fat?

So… I’ve decided to dabble in that crazy online dating world… Everybody’s doing it… :p

And I can tell you, it’s fun. It really is… But it’s not what I need or want from life right now… 567 more words


The Presumption of Guilt

As clearly stated in L. Kirk Nurmi’s book, there was absolutely NO presumption of innocence for Jodi Ann Arias, it never existed.   He somehow ‘KNEW’ for a fact that Jodi was guilty and from start to finish and beyond.  925 more words

Jodi Arias