A black West Virginia inmate says he was attacked by a member of the white supremacist Aryan Brotherhood while state prison guards either did nothing or helped facilitate the assault.
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A stampede on Tuesday at a funeral procession for a top Iranian general killed in a U.S. airstrike last week killed 40 people and injured 213 others.
Low enrollment and inadequate educational funding for the state have made running Oklahoma’s second-largest school district much difficult than previous decades.
Dr. Umar Johnson’s political awareness is either merely surface level and ignorant of the policy differences between America’s two main parties, or he doesn’t care about policy enough and has already made his mind up regarding the importance of the Black vote.
In 2003, my beloved brother shot himself with a gun. He did not make it. His death took an immense toll on my mother, my family members and me. Gun violence has permanently altered my life.
Every single Oklahoma representative in Congress voted to give the president unchecked use of military force against Iran. Blood has been shed and will be on the hands of all the representatives that voted to allow it to happen. We must hold our legislators accountable before we are left without a vote, voice, or choice in our foreign policy and the monopoly of force that is the US military.
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