Speaker Pelosi criticizes filibuster supporters, says they ‘dishonor’ MLK Jr.’s legacy

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) took aim at Congressional supporters of the Senate filibuster on Monday, saying they ‘dishonor’ the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. by blocking voting rights legislation.

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New York school district issues apology for ‘racist’ middle school Spanish worksheet

Williamsville Central School District has apologized publicly for two questions on a middle school Spanish assignment that appeared racist and drew backlash from parents of the students at the school.

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United Kingdom BLM protestors acquitted for pulling down statue of slave trader

Three men and a woman were cleared on Wednesday of causing criminal damage for helping to pull down a statue of a 17th century slave trade magnate and throw it into Bristol harbor in southwest England during the 2020 Black Lives Matter protests.

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Virginia Governor announces some Confederate monuments will be moved to Black History Museum

Virginia’s Confederate monuments will be handed over to the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia (BHMVA), where their ultimate fate will be decided, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam announced on Thursday.

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President Biden says that a black entrepreneur “usually doesn’t have a lawyer”

President Joe Biden addressed the 2021 South Carolina State Fall graduating class this weekend and was quoted saying that a black entrepreneur “usually doesn’t have a lawyer.”

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President Biden pledges to fight for voting rights, police reform

President Joe Biden pledged Friday to fight for stalled voting rights and police reform legislation, addressing graduates of South Carolina State University amid the harsh reality that months of talks with lawmakers have failed to move the measures closer to becoming law.

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Louisiana judge who allegedly said the n-word in video to take unpaid leave

A Louisiana judge was caught on video using the N-word and calling an alleged burglar a “roach.” Though she is resisting calls to resign, she did agree to temporarily step down from the bench and take a period of unpaid leave.

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