Aaron Zelinsky plans to testify that the ‘highest levels’ of the Justice Department politicized the sentencing of Roger Stone.
The COVID-ready DMV opened for license renewals Tuesday, and plans to reopen schools will come Thursday.
Religious leaders are coalescing around racial justice issues in the state, building new alliances.
As the world awakes to the institutionalized racism in American society and voices are raised to protest a system that criminalizes blackness and perpetuates state sanctioned violence against and murder of Black people, those of us in higher education like to see ourselves promoting diversity and inclusion. How important and critical is the study of diversity? Do we really value the background and lived experiences of students of color? If the “Policy: College and Career Success 101” approved by the Board of Regents on June 18 is any measure, the answers to these questions are deeply troubling.
Since its 2010 launch, Instagram, the free photo and video sharing application, has morphed from a superficial personal scrapbook to a remarkably forceful vehicle for social change. While Instagram provided a platform for activists in the past, the way it captured the nation’s attention and focus in this particular moment in time has been unprecedented.