Addressing the media earlier today about our call for justice in the police killing of Mubarak Soulemane in New Haven, CT.
The Justice Department's conclusion this month that there was insufficient evidence to justify the last two of four FISA orders targeting Page came as no surprise to @RepMarkMeadows .
Bangladesh ponders possible consequences on the repatriation process against the background of the ruling from the International Court of Justice (ICJ), in relation to provisional measures in the genocide case filed against it by the Gambia
I don’t even know what to say man. The words won’t do justice. I can only pray for the comfort of your friends and loved ones. I was honored to have you as a teammate. #teamusa #MambaForever #RIPMAMBA
The intersection of progressive social justice and fandom is confusing right now. Feel how you feel, be empathetic, but remember your values. 💜
Protest in Juarez demanding justice for murdered Juarez artist and activist
‘This is a miscarriage of justice’ — Rodney Reed was convicted and sentenced to death for murder by an all-white jury despite having a solid alibi. With just weeks left until his execution date, experts and witnesses still believe he’s innocent
We can never truly repay the debt we owe our fallen heroes. But we can remember them, honor their sacrifice, and affirm in our own lives those enduring ideals of justice, equality, and opportunity for which generations of Americans have given that last full measure of devotion.
With more protests planned for today, June 30, I send my ❤️ and I pray for the safety of the Sudanese people. They have a right to speak out and demand peace, justice and a transition to civilian rule. Over 100 were killed & hundreds more were wounded during the June 3rd protests
Dr. King was 26 when the Montgomery bus boycott began. He started small, rallying others who believed their efforts mattered, pressing on through challenges and doubts to change our world for the better. A permanent inspiration for the rest of us to keep pushing towards justice.
Our criminal justice system is profoundly broken and has failed African Americans over and over again.