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The shooting of the 19-year-old Marcellis Stinnette and his partner in a Chicago suburb has prompted massive protests across the state of Illinois
Jalil Muntaqim has been in jail since 1971 and was sentenced only in 1993. He was eligible for parole since 1998, but his requests were rejected twelve times
The protests were triggered after a jury in the US State of Kentucky refused to charge the three officers involved in the fatal shooting of medical worker Breonna Taylor.
In a memo distributed among US attorneys, deputy attorney general Jeffrey Rosen asked prosecutors to consider applying the rarely used sedition charges on protesters accused of violence
Jacob Blake was reportedly shot seven times in Kenosha, Wisconsin on Sunday, August 23.
The man, identified as Jacob Blake, was seen in a viral video being shot by a police officer seven times in the presence of his wife and children
The lawsuit is the latest in a wave of class action taken against police departments across the US, as the George Floyd protests continue to grow
Protesters across the US have remained on the streets for over a month to demand justice for victims of police brutality and immediate structural changes to the capitalist racist system
Over a month after the murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers, protests continue to rage on in dozens of cities across the United States with demands for structural change
The budget cuts have been criticized for being sorely inadequate and to be nothing more than “budget tricks” by progressives
In the aftermath of a stabbing incident in Glasgow, right-wing groups in the United Kingdom have been trying to whip up anti-immigrant sentiments. Anti-racism groups have insisted that the city welcomes refugees