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· These Books Can Help You Explain Racism and Protest to Your Kids →
Unfortunately there were police officers that made bad choices for the wrong reasons because of the color of our skin.” Dr. Collins said that with children in elementary school, you should focus on how unfairly black and brown people have been treated throughout American history to the present day, because fairness is something all children can understand.
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· Move to Drop Flynn Charge Reverberates in Ex-Business Partner’s Case →
A jury convicted Mr. Kian of secretly lobbying on behalf of Turkey last year, but a judge threw out the case, saying prosecutors failed to present enough evidence to sustain their charges.
· Joe Root says Ben Stokes would do 'a good job' as England captain →
But for Root, whose wife, Carrie, is due to give birth at the start of next month, this lockdown presents a problem.
· REIT Preferreds: Higher-Yield Without Excess Risk →
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· Marathon Petroleum: Maybe, Maybe Not →
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· NYC mayor worried about potential spike in coronavirus cases if protests continue →
But social distancing requirements mean that just 50 out of 650 parliamentarians will be allowed to be present in the House of Commons chamber at any one time, and MPs will be asked to form a long queuing system to vote.
· Police marching with protesters: how some cities got it right and others didn't →
They’re not really present,” said Anthony Fisher, a 21-year-old student and native of the city.
· Friends with virtual benefits: How arts organisations are rewarding their members in lockdown →
Mr Williams reports plenty of positive feedback, including from one participant who called the idea “a big silver-lining to the present situation”.
· Rep. Steve King on the ropes and other Tuesday races to watch →
WASHINGTON — While the Kansas Republican primary has been dominated by attack ads, calls for candidates to drop out and other partisan tensions, Democrat Barbara Bollier is going up on the air seeking to present herself as above the partisan fray.
· Forcing MPs back to Westminster betrays the government's real view of parliament →
Before the May bank holiday recess, the government decided to reinstate the requirement of MPs to be physically present in parliament, and bring to an end the new ways of working that house authorities had moved heaven and earth to put in place in just a few weeks.