New York state police to boost surveillance for potential hate crime threats, governor says

New York state police to boost surveillance for potential hate crime threats, governor says

Law enforcement agencies will boost surveillance online and in-person in an effort to protect communities from hate crimes, New York Governor Kathy Hochul announced on Sunday.카지노사이트 The governor’s order directs New York State Police to “ramp up monitoring” on social media, and through physical outreach, to identify hateful sentiments and possible threats to “communities that…

The culture wars are pushing some teachers to leave the classroom

The culture wars are pushing some teachers to leave the classroom

In the spring of 2020, James Whitfield had just become the first African American to be named principal at Colleyville Heritage High School, located in a predominantly white Dallas-Fort Worth suburb.카지노사이트 Whitfield, who holds a doctorate in education, was anticipating big challenges when students returned in the fall. COVID-19 had already shut down in-person learning,…

Will the New U.S. Supreme Court Deliver More Jolts to the Legal System?

Will the New U.S. Supreme Court Deliver More Jolts to the Legal System?

After an intense blockbuster U.S. Supreme Court term, like the one just ended, the justices often have opted for a low key term. Not this time.카지노사이트 The justices have nearly complete discretion to choose the cases that they will hear. Last term, they packed their docket with cases involving some of the most contentious issues…

WHO eyes ending COVID health emergency by end of 2022

WHO eyes ending COVID health emergency by end of 2022

MANILA — The World Health Organization (WHO) is planning to end the global health emergency on COVID-19 by the end of 2022, but there is still much more work to be done, an official said.카지노사이트 In a recent social media forum, WHO’s COVID-19 Technical Lead Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove said some countries were already able…

Senator: Dems back reparations for those who ‘do the crime’

Senator: Dems back reparations for those who ‘do the crime’

WASHINGTON — (AP) — Republican Sen. Tommy Tuberville asserted that Democrats support reparations for the descendants of enslaved people because “they think the people that do the crime are owed that.” 카지노사이트 The first-term Alabama Republican spoke at a Saturday evening rally in Nevada featuring former President Donald Trump, a political ally. His comments were…

‘We’re seeing a relaunch of an old story’: Exploring the movement to ban books with LGBTQ characters

‘We’re seeing a relaunch of an old story’: Exploring the movement to ban books with LGBTQ characters

LGBTQ – Washington (CNN)A version of this story appeared in CNN’s Race Deconstructed newsletter. To get it in your inbox every week, sign up for free here.카지노사이트 The book banning boom continues. Already, the number of attempts this year to censor books in K-12 schools, universities and public libraries is on track to eclipse 2021’s…

How Canada’s legal system will need to adapt to the Queen’s death

How Canada’s legal system will need to adapt to the Queen’s death

Canada’s legal system, like its stamps and currency, will need to adapt to Queen Elizabeth II’s death and King Charles III’s accession to the British throne.온라인카지노 These changes will affect how criminal cases are named, as well as the oaths or affirmations of allegiance required of new legislators, court justices, and others to the Canadian…

Countries in the European Region adopt first-ever digital health action plan

Countries in the European Region adopt first-ever digital health action plan

Health ministers and delegates from WHO/53 Europe’s member countries have adopted the Region’s first digital health action plan, an ambitious agenda that will leverage digital transformation in Europe and Central Asia to improve people’s health and well-being.카지노사이트 At the 72nd session of the WHO Regional Committee for Europe on September 12, 2022, ministers and delegates…

Sexual assault victim whose DNA was used to arrest her sues San Francisco

Sexual assault victim whose DNA was used to arrest her sues San Francisco

A rape victim whose DNA was later used by police to charge her with a crime is suing San Francisco and its police chief.카지노사이트 According to a court filing, the woman, whose name has been withheld, provided a DNA sample to police following her assault in 2016. However, officers kept that DNA on file without…