The $2 million, that Trump must pay himself, will go to eight nonprofit organizations, including the Children’s Aid Society, United Negro College Fund and the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.
“Elizabeth has made it her life’s work to pursue justice for working families and put economic and political power in the hands of people."
“Based on all evidence reviewed, it is my firm opinion that no crime was committed by the officer, as his actions constituted justifiable homicide," DA Schuyler Marvin wrote in a letter sent to Bossier Police Chief Shane McWilliams on Monday.
Eighteen percent of Republicans back removing Trump, while 82% oppose it. Only 13% of Democrats are against it.
“If all you're doing is casting stones, you're probably not going to get that far. That's easy to do.” — President Barack Obama
Spelman, the prestigious all-women's college in Atlanta, Georgia, has been the home of the Audre Lorde Papers since 1995.
Communities around the nation are mobilizing to demand justice for Atatiana Jefferson and all the Black women killed by police officers.
The Department of Education said that it was "disappointed" in the court's ruling.
Nevaeh and her mother Sharee Bradley were killed at the same time.
Authorities plan to charge Patrick Stallworth, 39, and 29-year-old Derick Irisha Brown with capital murder and kidnapping in Kamille’s death.
Reactions to Trump’s tweet comparing impeachment to a "lynching" were swift, as he most likely intended.
In a statement Friday, President M. Craig Barnes called the payments an "act of repentance."
Church leaders urged parishioners to bring the money from the bottom of their purses or coin jars. By September, they had raised the money needed to buy the medical debt for pennies on the dollar.
The original sign, erected in 2008, was stolen and never recovered. A second sign was erected and vandals continued to shoot it full of bullets. The commission took it down in 2016 and replaced it with a third sign.
The study, which is the first of it’s kind to use both national data and achievement data, was conducted by Vanderbilt and the University of Florida, and published in the Harvard Educational Review.
Natalie Simms, 40, filed a federal lawsuit against the City of San Antonio for violating her constitutional rights, and also against the police officer.
According to the rule, half of the students would have to pay a reduced price of 40 cents for school lunch and 30 cents for breakfast. Approximately 40,000 would have to pay the full price, according to each district’s scale.