The decision of no indictment in the case of the police officer that chokes a man to death on video on the heels of the Ferguson decision led to an international response that shows no signs of dissipating.
Originally posted on Fusion:
President Barack Obama spoke out at length for the first time this weekend about the racial tensions that have swept through the nation in the wake of of polarizing grand-jury decisions in a pair of cases involving white police officers killing unarmed black men. The decisions, stemming from incidents in Ferguson,…
After months of protests, rallies, nation-wide debates and global response, the grand jury regarding the Ferguson case of Darren Wilson for the death of Michael Brown has announced a decision:
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Thousands of people continue to protest in Mexico City after the disappearance and assumed killings of 43 students from Raul Isidro Burgos College in Ayotzinapa. Public outrage at the lack of government investigation and the young adults expressing their anger with the violence and corruption in the country has led to weeks of protesting and clashes with…
With liberty and internet for all! Obama weighs in on one of the most important decisions regarding the future of the internet.