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What kind of a person is asked to help other people and then helps himself?

So last week I had an interesting discussion with one of my co-workers that had me heated. Quite frankly it urkes me to see people continue to take advantage of the disenfranchised and vulnerable populations for transactional purposes. 575 more words

Civil Rights

Protests Against Racism Continue In Rapid City

SOUTH DAKOTA – Roughly 100 people took part in a peaceful march against racism in Rapid City this Thursday afternoon.

Protestors expressed anger over what they see as unfair treatment of Native people in the justice system and unfair economic conditions. 56 more words

News

No Justice for Black Slain

    Sybrina Fulton, the mother of the late Trayvon Martin, will not see or taste justice for the murder of her son.

Her last hope for justice was wiped out today when she got news that federal prosecutors will not charge George Zimmerman with a hate crime. 758 more words

Trayvon Martin

Justice For Sale: Corruption And Abuse, The Remnants Of Greed (Part 4)

It was June 30, 2006 and Bernard Baran had already spent 25 years in jail for a crime he did not commit. Baran was a gay man, convicted of sexual assault charges on children in Western Massachusetts. 2,155 more words

Confidentiality and Fairness in Campus Sexual Assault Cases

By Judith Resnik, Alexandra Brodsky, & Claire Simonich

The Nation

An overdue public debate has erupted about how to address the widespread problem of sexual misconduct on college campuses. 416 more words

LAW

John Oliver Expertly Pointed Out The Idiocy Of America's Elected Judiciary System

Last night on Last Week Tonight, John Oliver once again pointed out an inherent flaw with the United States government in that our judiciary system is — quite often — an elected process. 174 more words

TV