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Why Hasn’t the DOJ Launched an Investigation into Trump’s Efforts to Overturn the Election? 

Brief #34 – Social Justice
By Maureen Darby-Serson

While the January 6th committee filed in federal court claiming that former President Donald Trump corruptly obstructed an official proceeding and conspired to defraud the United Stated on the day of the Capital riot, the US Department of Justice has yet to file charges or do a thorough investigation into Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 Presidential Election. Why is that?

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Administration, Members of Congress Try to Make Equal Pay Day Meaningful

Brief #36 – Social Justice
By Stephen Thomas

The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) will issue a proposed regulation later in 2022 to prohibit federal agencies from seeking or relying on an applicant’s salary history in the hiring process unless the applicant raises the issue of her or his own volition. The administration of President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Vice President Kamala D. Harris announced the upcoming rulemaking on Equal Pay Day, March 15.

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Profiles of White Supremacist Groups in America

Brief #35 – Social Justice
By Erika Shannon

The United States is attempting to heal in many ways since Donald Trump’s term as our President. One of the effects of a Trump Presidency in America was the rise in membership in many right-wing hate groups. Members of these groups took the former President’s silence on their views as silent agreement on their behavior, and ran with it.

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The U.S. House Select Committee Investigation of the January 6 Attack on the Capitol: Part 9

Brief #34 – Social Justice
By Erika Shannon

The investigation into the attack on our nation’s capitol last January has been underway for several months now. Countless subpoenas have been issued, to both companies and individuals, and thousands of pieces of video and photographic evidence has been submitted. The House Select Committee has been winding down a long list of people who are connected in some way to the events that transpired on and around January 6, 2021 in Washington, D.C.

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The Remington Deal With the Sandy Hook School Massacre Victims’ Parents

Brief #33 – Social Justice
By Inijah Quadri

On the 14th of December, 2012, Adam Lanza, a 20-year-old shooter, murdered children and educators using a Remington rifle lawfully owned by Lanza’s mother.
 
Before turning the handgun on himself as police closed in on their Newtown house, Lanza killed his mother in her bed and then took the rifle to the school and opening fire for five minutes.
 
As a result of Lanza’s mental illness, fascination with violence, and access to his mother’s firearms, Connecticut’s child advocate called it “a prescription for mass murder”.

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The U.S. House Select Committee Investigation of the January 6 Attack on the Capitol: Part 7

Brief #31 – Social Justice
By Erika Shannon

The one-year anniversary of the attack on our nation’s Capitol may have passed, but one thing is clear: the House Select Committee is no longer playing games with their investigation. Their quest for answers has been long, full of obstacles, yet they continue to try and delve through all the information they can possibly get their hands on. They have faced people trying to stonewall the investigation, as well as a severe lack of cooperation from the former President himself.

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