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Advocates urge educators to heed bereft children’s cry for help by changing school culture
The COVID-19 pandemic and America’s continuing struggle with gun violence have shined a long overdue spotlight on the impact of grief on children. Child advocates are hoping this heightened awareness will spark a culture shift in American schools so that grief training and counseling will become as commonplace as active-shooter drills and recreational sports.
The invisible shield: how qualified immunity was created and nearly destroyed the ability to sue police officers in America Pt. I
In the aftermath of the Civil War an America broken by bloodshed and riven by racial strife began slowly putting itself back together.
The invisible shield: how qualified immunity prevents victims of police abuse from seeking justice, Part 2
On January 8, 2014 Alexander Baxter was sitting on the basement floor of a Nashville home with his hands in the air.
The invisible shield: how activists and lawmakers are breaking down qualified immunity, Part 3
Laws to eliminate qualified immunity as a defense were proposed almost as soon as the doctrine became a significant shield that protects law enforcement officers from being sued by those whose federal constitutional rights they violate.
False Narratives: How social media divides Asian and Black communities
When it comes to policy—namely, affirmative action—Asian Americans have been increasingly used as a wedge to stoke infighting among communities of color.