CEO of Goodwill Raked In Almost $730,000 in Salary While Paying Employees with Disabilities Pennies


Change.org petition zooms to a quarter of a million people protesting the "Greedwill" giant.

Change.org's petition to stop Goodwill Industries from exploiting its employees with disabilities with an 80-year-old law for subminimum wages has gone viral with over 220,000 signatures.

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The ‘Men’ Behind Mugshots.com

Predators who extort people who have been arrested are arrested themselves.

Thomas Keesee and Sahar Sarid

Four men have been arrested in connection with their affiliation with a website that garnered over $2.4 million by exploiting people who have been arrested, regardless of whether charges were ever filed or not.

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Police Probe Celebrity Chef Mario Batali for Sexual Misconduct

The chef, who owns numerous restaurants, is reportedly accused of drugging and sexually assaulting an employee at one of his restaurants in 2005 in the new criminal investigation.

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(Reuters) — Celebrity chef Mario Batali, who already faces sexual harassment accusations from four women, is under criminal investigation by the New York Police Department for sexual misconduct, television program "60 Minutes" said on Sunday.

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The Royal Wedding Ceremony Included the African-American Experience

A sermon on the civil rights movement and slavery in America and the soulful sounds of a gospel choir were important parts of the ceremony.

An official wedding photograph released by Kensington Palace on May 21 / TWITTER

The marriage of American actress Meghan Markle and Britain's Prince Harry on Saturday was anything but the traditional royal protocol for a wedding at Windsor Castle in England. From a sermon by the first Black leader of the Episcopal Church in the United States to a soul-stirring gospel choir, it was clear that Markle is taking her African-American heritage with her as she begins a new life as one of Britain's royals.

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What On Earth Is Becky Afraid Of?

Student who brings assault rifle to campus gets no arrest, no police shooting thanks to white privilege.

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If Kaitlin Bennett wasn't white, you'd be reading about a dead Black student.

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Teacher Tells Black Student: When You Turn 16, Police Will Shoot You

Malachi Pearson's family had been affected by gun violence in a state more likely to kill Black people unjustly than most.

Malachi Pearson / Screen shot from Fox 4KC News vodeo.

A recent study by Washington University in St. Louis found that Blacks across the country are more likely to have been unarmed when killed by police than any other group of people. This includes incidents where police have killed unarmed Black boys before the age of 16, such as Tamir Rice at age 12.

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People With Disabilities Forced to Live in Assisted Care Facilities

Some close to the issue are claiming this is a civil rights matter.

Minnesota has a civil rights issue. Thousands of people with disabilities who can't find quality home care are forced to resort to living with people three times their age. The state of Minnesota is paying for 1,500 people who are under the age of 65 to live in assisted living. This is the case with 25-year-old Korrie Johnson.

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For Some African Americans, Meghan Markle Is Cause for Celebration

There has been a surge of interest and excitement among some Black Americans, especially Black women, who are inspired by Meghan Markle's new-found status.

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(Reuters) — Ishea Brown and more than a dozen of her Black friends will gather around the TV set in her Seattle home on Saturday to watch the biracial actress Meghan Markle marry Britain's Prince Harry and to toast a union the hostess never imagined possible.

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