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The Stolen Girls of Nigeria

I was sad to hear a mistrial declared in the case of Jonathan Ferrell whom Charlotte-Mecklenburg officer Randall Kerrick shot 10 times as Ferrell sought help following a car accident in 2013. The jury deadlocked after 4 days of deliberations. And as a former prosecutor, I feel anger at the jury and a criminal justice system that often vindicates police killings of unarmed black men and boys. Grand juries usually fail to indict police. And trials rarely bring a conviction. A grand jury
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A Personal And Political History Of The Afro

Michigan University professor, Gretchen Spreitzer, talks how to navigate de-energizing relationships in the workplace.
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The Stolen Girls of Nigeria

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