Following the discovery of a second swastika at Silver Creek Middle School in Montgomery County, school administrators will meet with staff from the Equity Initiatives Unit and the Office of School Support and Improvement to discuss ways to tackle the racist vandalism.
The rally will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the White Oak Library, followed by a short march to the 3rd District police station.
Noel Hitimana of Rwanda has won the Trieste half marathon, a week after the race revoked its ban on African runners following an outcry of racism accusations.
The incident was reported to the Montgomery County Police Department as a hate-bias incident. Police officials assisted with the investigation.
John William King, who was white, received lethal injection for the slaying nearly 21 years ago of James Byrd Jr., who was chained to the back of a truck and dragged for nearly 3 miles along a secluded road in the piney woods in Texas.
The notion that a sports team can magically erase the pain and anguish inflicted on Charlottesville by white supremacists minimizes the severity of the trauma.
The hearing, which is being held by the House Judiciary Committee, comes just a few weeks after a terror attack in New Zealand that was streamed live on Facebook.
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Students at a public high school in Charlottesville, Virginia, left classes Monday to demand racial justice days after the district’s schools closed over threats of “ethnic cleansing.”
An African-American woman who took over the helm of a small-town Alabama newspaper that recently called for the Ku Klux Klan to “ride again” has stepped down, citing interference from the newspaper’s owner.
Some mourners hugged their neighbors, while others stood in solemn silence at sites in the city center, not far from the two mosques where Muslims gathered for Friday prayers were mowed down by a racist gunman.
In announcing a series of community conversations to be held through the spring and summer, Council President Nancy Navarro said, “When all of our residents have access to opportunities, then everybody benefits here in Montgomery County.”
In a letter to parents, Head of Sidwell Friends School Bryan Garman called the incident a serious breach of the school’s honor code and harassment policy.
An interfaith group of Virginians gathered Sunday evening to forge a way forward after blackface scandals that shook the highest offices in the state’s government. Va. Attorney General Mark Herring sat on the front pew of the Mt. Zion United Methodist Church to listen.
“I have known Mary Ann even before she ran,” the Harford County NAACP chair said. “I knew her mother. And I think her mother would be absolutely appalled by her actions.”
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