Explore The History of the Black Vote

Blog   |   August 8, 2019

“NBC News has assembled for the first time a record of the black vote for each competitive Democratic presidential campaign since exit polling began.” According to NBC News, Black voters are likely to account for at least 25% of all … Continue reading

C-level diversity officers tackle diversity in law firms

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The American Lawyer sat down with five law firm diversity executives to ask them about the current events and diversity-related trends they see on the job. These C-level executives include Fenimore Fisher of DLA Piper, Yusuf Zakir of Holland & … Continue reading

Judge Orders Psych Eval for Officer who killed Alton Sterling

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A Louisiana judge has ordered the city of Baton Rouge to release the psychological evaluation that was used in the hiring of officer Blane Salamoni, who shot and killed 37-year-old Alton Sterling in front of a convenience store in 2016. … Continue reading

Cyntoia Brown walks free after serving 15 years of a life sentence

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Cyntoia Brown has been released on parole after serving 15 years in prison. Brown was 16 years old when she was sentenced to life in prison for killing a 43-year-old man whom she said had hired her for sex. Though … Continue reading