“DePaul does not care about its students and faculty of color,” Erika Sanchez said after the university refused to renew her contract despite pledging a commitment to diversity.
Eileen Grench is a former Justice Reporter for The Daily Beast. Previously, Eileen was a reporter for THE CITY and an investigative fellow at the Global Migration Project. A graduate of Columbia Journalism School, Eileen was also a 2016 Olympian.
Sexual misconduct and campaign finance violations weren’t enough to expel Tennessee House members in the past. But on Thursday, a protest against gun violence was.
“I never, you know, thought in a million years that will happen in United States,” Abdul Samey Honaryar told The Daily Beast.
“She was trying to lead her classmates to safety and possibly didn’t hear the shouts to come back in the room,” Evelyn Dieckhaus’ aunt said.
Gov. Jim Justice described video of Edmond Exline’s death as “very concerning.” The ousted police chief called it “horrible.” But his family say they're in the dark.
Irvo Otieno died from asphyxiation after being held down by a group of cops and medical workers for nearly 11 minutes at a Virginia hospital, prosecutors said.
Lawyers for Irvo Otieno’s family likened his death to that of George Floyd.
“The public will be shocked at the totality of the circumstances,” a lawyer for the man’s family said this week.
Before his disappearance, Rasheem Carter had told his mom he was being followed by white men and asked the cops for help, she said. “This was an evil act,” Ben Crump declared.
The family of Nasanto Antonio Crenshaw is suing over the 17-year-old’s death, saying video shows it simply wasn’t justified.