‘It’s Very Much a Racial Issue’: Why Georgia Has Slashed Hundreds of Polling Places in the Last 4 Years
The wave of closures came after a 2013 U.S. Supreme Court decision that gutted a key provision of the 1965 Voting Rights Act meant to ensure fair voting practices in states with a history of racially-motivated voter suppression.
A deputy in the same Georgia county was fired after video of him repeatedly punching a Black man pinned to the ground went viral.
Hootsuite has yet to provide any evidence it has or will end its contract with ICE.
Rashida Tlaib demanded ICE be abolished and AOC referred to a longtime "program of mass human rights violations targeting immigrants."
"Don’t kill him," the man's girlfriend pleaded.
Paulding County School District is refusing to release records about the recent decision to suspend students who shared photos of an overcrowded school during the ongoing pandemic.
It’s temporarily shutting down to disinfect, and administrators will soon decide whether to resume in-person classes.
She’s called QAnon a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take this global cabal of Satan-worshiping pedophiles out.”
She's also quoting civil rights icon John Lewis.
“Children cannot focus on schoolwork if their family members or teachers are in the hospital or dying,” said one kindergarten teacher.
“Anyone who can help, we need some help, man,” one inmate says as the camera on one video pans between two bloodied inmates.
The Republican governor has requested an emergency injunction to restrain Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms from issuing press releases, or making statements to the press.