by Attorney Natalie Jackson Criminal justice decision makers are selected through election or appointment. In some states, voters elect judges, while in other states, governors appoint them. In either case, the selection process is political. Lawyers who have performed political deeds for their party often become candidates for judgeships.
by Joycelyn Harrison Henson "Play Dead" - That is what the grandmother told her 5-year-old grand baby during the massacre at Emanuel AME. That simple directive has played on my heart and mind all day. It is a heavy thought.
by Attorney Natalie Jackson CALL TO ACTION!! (Please share and spread the word...we need all who are available to come, express their feelings & find out what our local leadership plans to do to rectify this incident and prevent future police abuse)
MONDAY JUNE 15, 2015 AT 2:00PM...CITY COUNCIL MEETING PROTEST AND CALL TO ACTION IN RE THE NOEL CARTER BEATING
Dear Mr. President: I felt inclined to take the extraordinary step of writing to ask that you reconsider the use of the term thug when referring to African American youths. I am not a critic of your administration and I have no intentions of becoming one. I enthusiastically embraced your candidacy from its inception.
by Dr.Vincent Polite The only thing it takes to make a difference is the desire to do so. In this entire Baltimore saga, I think people are losing sight that all these people lives changed based on beliefs they have about each other.