The federal horse facility is located on the grounds of a Colorado state prison.
Although her felony convictions made her permanently ineligible to vote, Pamela Moses has argued that she believed her voting rights had been restored.
The sale, which included the subhead "Cheese Off Racists For Free!," offered 10 heart-shaped stickers with the Black Lives Matter acronym with any purchase.
Despite her strong legal background, Ifill's public displays of partisanship could put her out of the running as Biden tightens his list of potential nominees.
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"This was strictly about Daunte Wright, Kim Potter and the law... I really think we made the right decision," the juror said.
The man said he was carrying a sign that read "Vote Register Here" at a protest when police attempted to take it "for no legal reason."
Elad Eliahu had his press pass revoked after he questioned Kyle Rittenhouse about his stated support of Black Lives Matter.
Dozens of bills to ban the teaching of critical race theory in schools have been introduced in state legislatures across the country.
Eight Republican lawmakers approved of Biden's pick, while three Democrats decided against him seven years after the death of Laquan McDonald.
Gabriel Agard-Berryhill said a male stranger handed him the firework, and he initially thought it was a spinner-type device that would rotate and flash colors.
A lawsuit against Columbus describes clashes with police in which demonstrators were beaten, fired on with wooden and rubber bullets and unlawfully arrested.
Students groups at Arizona State University say he should not be allowed to take classes—even though he was acquitted of murder during the Kenosha protests.
"The country can have confidence that the jury spoke in a unanimous voice of accountability based on the evidence," Michael McAuliffe told Newsweek.
The three guilty verdicts against Travis McMichael, Greg McMichael and William "Roddie" Bryan were reached by a jury of 11 white jurors and one Black juror.
"America, you raised your voices for Ahmaud. Now is not the time to let them quiet," the civil rights attorney said after the jury's decision.
Federal prosecutors have charged the three men with interfering with Arbery's civil rights and attempting to kidnap the Black jogger "because of his race."
The jury in Glynn County, Georgia, reached its decision after roughly 10 and a half hours of deliberation.
The bill says Rittenhouse protected "the community of Kenosha, Wisconsin, during a Black Lives Matter (BLM) riot on August 25, 2020."
"It's Trayvon Martin 2.0," Crump said, describing the defense's efforts to characterize Arbery as a "scary, Black man" in their closing arguments.
Defense attorney referred to Arbery as a "recurring nighttime intruder" in her closing arguments and pointed fingers at Arbery for his own death.
Kyle Rittenhouse said he supports Black Lives Matter, a movement largely opposed by registered Republicans.
"I'm not a racist person. I support the BLM movement. I support peacefully demonstrating," Rittenhouse said during his first TV appearance since his acquittal.
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"I miss my baby, and this just did not have to be," the mother of Cameron Lamb said after officer Eric DeValkenaere was found guilty of killing her son.
"This is what a public lynching looks like in the 21st century," attorney Kevin Gough told the court as he filed a motion for mistrial.
Blake said he hopes that regardless of the verdict, people in Kenosha won't riot in response: "It's not going to fix anything."
The jury is currently deliberating whether or not to acquit 18-year-old Rittenhouse in the August 25, 2020 shootings that left two dead and one injured.