It's the governor's last chance to pardon the Groveland Four. It still isn't on the agenda.
In one of the many episodes from Florida's atrociously racist past, lawmakers finally wanted to correct an injustice committed against a group of four Black men known as "The Groveland Four."
"Nobody is above the law because of where they live, who they are, wealth, fame, celebrity or even philanthropy," said Judge Steven O'Neill.
"I don't understand given the actions how anyone can come to any other conclusion," O'Rourke said.
Even American families aren't exempt from being separated. Is America great again yet? Asking for a friend.
The Department of Justice (DoJ) has screwed up. The agency told a federal judge Tuesday that it may have accidentally separated a father and toddler- who could both be US citizens- for as long as a year, in the process of enforcing the Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" immigration policy.
Recent news coverage of the growing OWS/99 Percent movement highlights underlying social inequities and the need for proactive diversity management.
Occupy Wall Street (OWS) is rapidly growing. What began last month as a moderately sized gathering of about 2,000 New Yorkers to protest the perceived greed of Wall Street—and its resulting inequities—has since erupted into an international phenomenon, the 99 Percent movement, which currently totals more than 1,500 protests in 82 countries. So how can you keep your company from being an OWS target?