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South Jersey young people are increasingly applying to law school

South Jersey young people are increasingly applying to law school

Linda J. Wharton, professor of political science and a pre-law adviser at Stockton, has […]

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Post Op-Ed: We must make policing better without 'defunding' or 'dismantling'

Op-Ed: We must make policing better without ‘defunding’ or ‘dismantling’

By the time I heard a local activist leader shout that he had brought […]

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Post Retrial begins of former St. Louis officers accused in colleague’s beating
Post Editorial: Police body cams foster trust

Editorial: Police body cams foster trust

The Anderson Police Department’s adoption of body cameras is a step in the right […]

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Post Floyd trial prompts strong opinions: Residents weigh in on police brutality and racism

Floyd trial prompts strong opinions: Residents weigh in on police brutality and racism

Nicole Washington-Longoria, a family support specialist at Western Plains Youth & Family Services, is the […]

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Post CITIZEN COLUMN: Do Black lives matter to all Blacks?

CITIZEN COLUMN: Do Black lives matter to all Blacks?

Nevertheless, there is an urgent need to address the issue of why Blacks do […]

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Post Former Georgia deputy called beating Black man in custody 'sweet stress relief,' FBI says

Former Georgia deputy called beating Black man in custody ‘sweet stress relief,’ FBI says

(CNN) — A former Georgia sheriff’s deputy who pleaded guilty to a federal weapons […]

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Post Vigil heald in Colusa in response to police violence

Vigil heald in Colusa in response to police violence

A small group of Colusa County residents gathered at Colusa Veterans Memorial Park on […]

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Post Local members of the Black community respond to Chauvin verdict

Local members of the Black community respond to Chauvin verdict

The headline maker of the week was the outcome of the Derek Chauvin trial […]

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Post 'So much violence': More than 100 march for unity in Madison in wake of recent shootings

‘So much violence’: More than 100 march for unity in Madison in wake of recent shootings

“We’re out here, always taking care of our people,” Hicks said.  Hicks said the […]

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