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Berkeley Conversations discusses racism, race, policing

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In the wake of former Minneapolis Police Department officer Derek Chauvin being found guilty of the murder of George Floyd, four campus professors discussed the verdict’s impact and how policing should change to better support communities of color during a virtual Berkeley Conversations event Tuesday.
Titled “Thinking About Race, Racism, and Policing After the Chauvin Verdict,” the event was introduced by Raka Ray, UC Berkeley’s dean of the Division of Social Sciences, and moderated by Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law. Mike Williams, a campus administrator and alumnus, spoke on the verdict’s impact as well as his racist encounters with UCPD as a Black man.

EXPLAINER: Will juror's march presence impact Chauvin case?

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The revelation that a juror who helped convict a former Minneapolis...

Anderson Cooper's Jeopardy! ratings are the lowest amongst guest hosts

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After wrapping up his two week stint as Jeopardy! guest host, CNN host Anderson Cooper scored the lowest ratings amongst guest hosts since the game-show began using different hosts following the death of Alex Trebek.

LeBron James says he 'fueled wrong conversation about Ma'Khia Bryant' with tweet

"Protect our Young Black Women & Men!" LeBron James star exclaimed in a follow-up post with the praying hands emoji.

Vengeance and Sacrifice: Whiteness as Scapegoat in Critical Race Theory and Critical Whiteness Studies -- Society's Child --

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The usual criticisms of critical race theory (CRT) have become patent and cliché by now. CRT essentializes race and those within races, figuring all white people as racist and all black people oppressed. It treats people not as individuals with...

BLM-supporting Derek Chauvin juror Brandon Mitchell 'lied' to infiltrate ex-cop's trial, lawyer claims

BRANDON Mitchell, the BLM-supporting juror in Derek Chauvin's trial, has been accused of lying to infiltrate the ex-cop's case.A criminal defense atto

California School District Regrets Offering a 'Support Circle for White Students' After Chauvin Trial

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Wikimedia CommonsSchool officials in Piedmont, California, are in full damage-control mode after their plans for a “support circle for white students” in the wake of the Derek Chauvin verdict sparked major backlash.A day after the white former Minneapolis police officer was found guilty last month of murdering George Floyd, who was Black, the assistant superintendent of the Piedmont Unified School District reached out to students and staff offering the chance to engage in dialogue about the nation-changing trial.But there was one problem: The “restorative community circles” on offer were all segregated, and the white students, bizarrely, were seemingly treated as if they had personally been victimized by the Chauvin trial.According to an email obtained by SFGate, the message from assistant superintendent Cheryl Wozniak invited white students to a support group where they could “discuss how the trial, verdict, and experiences related to the George Floyd murder are impacting you.”Two counselors would be available “for our White students to process [and] share… to one another,” Wozniak said.While the school district also offered separate support circles to Black and BIPOC students, Wozniak was forced to concede in a second email just a day later that the notion of holding a white support circle had left “our students of color...feeling hurt and disrespected by district administration,” reported SFGate. The plan for the white support circle was quickly scrapped, but not before some students took to social media to share their outrage about it.One Piedmont High student told SFGate that they were “baffled” by the school’s decision to even consider a white support circle, but said that it “likely came with good intentions.” Yet, the unnamed student added, the Piedmont Unified School District had never properly dealt with race issues.In response to the outcry, Superintendent Randall Booker posted a mea culpa on the district's website.“A poor choice of words in the subject line of the invitation to white students led to the perception that white students needed the same kind of ‘support’ as our BIPOC students,” the message said. “Students of all racial backgrounds rightfully pushed back on that idea. We agree, and we want to affirm in the strongest terms that our commitment is to give all students a place to express their feelings and to learn how to engage in important issues.”PUSD board President Cory Smegal doubled down on that sentiment in comments at a recent board meeting where he acknowledged that the district had “received a lot of public attention” due to the invite.“Poor phrasing in an email resulted in an invitation coming across as an insult. Our students were the first to call attention to it, and they were right to do so. The leadership response was swift and direct—an apology, an explanation. But we understand that all of these caused harm that needs repair. Tonight we confirm our commitment to racial justice and continuing the work of anti-racism,” Smegal said, according to the East Bay Times.Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.

Madeline Brewer on Janine's Powerful 'Handmaid's Tale' Flashback Episode

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Madeline Brewer talks to about Janine’s pre-Gilead life, her complex relationship with June, and the surprising decision she makes in the final scene of season 4 episode 4.

AP News in Brief at 6:04 p.m. EDT

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US backs waiving intellectual property rules on vaccines
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration on Wednesday joined calls for more sharing of the technology behind COVID-19 vaccines to help speed the end of the pandemic, a shift that puts the U.S. alongside many in the developing world who want rich countries to do more to get doses to the needy.
United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai announced the government's position, amid World Trade Organization talks about a possible temporary waiver of its protections that would allow more manufacturers to produce the life-saving vaccines.
“The Administration believes strongly in intellectual property protections, but in service of ending this pandemic, supports the waiver of those protections for COVID-19 vaccines," Tai said in a statement.

EXPLAINER: Will Juror's March Presence Impact Chauvin Case?

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After juror Brandon Mitchell spoke to the media about his experience in the Derek Chauvin trial, a photo of him at the march last August commemorating Martin Luther King Jr.'s 1963 “I have a Dream” speech began circulating online.
The photo shows Mitchell at the rallywearing a T-shirt bearing an image of King and the words “GET YOUR KNEE OFF OUR NECKS” and “BLM," for Black Lives Matter.
Mitchell didn’t talk about the march during jury selection for Chauvin's trial. But he told the Star Tribune that he answered “no” to questions on a jury questionnaire about whether he or anyone close to him participated in marches speaking out against Floyd’s death and police brutality.

Nashville Police officer recovering from ambush

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UPDATED 4:45 PM PT – Wednesday, May 5, 2021
A Nashville police officer is recovering from his injuries after he was attacked in an ambush. Officer Brian Sherman suffered a gunshot wound to the arm Tuesday while responding to a false 911 call at a home.
BREAKING: Officer Brian Sherman is being treated at Vanderbilt for gunshot wounds to his left arm. Sherman was hit while answering a call of a woman shot at 7220 Sugarloaf Dr. That call was a setup to get police to respond…
22-year old Salman Mohamed shot officer Sherman before turning the gun on himself as police tried to negotiate with him. The gunman was pronounced dead at the scene.

Newsweek Cover Story: Joe Biden Must Fix the Racist Criminal Justice System He Helped Create

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Shaun King, a prominent voice in the Black Lives Matter movement, outlines the steps
President Joe Biden and Congress should take now to build on the momentum of the conviction of Derek Chauvin for George Floyd’s murder. America, King says, could finally tackle the policing and criminal justice crises that have torn the country apart.
I want us to have a hard conversation—about race, about injustice and about the possibility that America could seize the unprecedented moment we are in right now, the aftermath of prosecutors and a jury finally holding a violent police officer accountable for killing an unarmed Black man, to finally address the systemic problems that brought us to this point. But first I’d like to talk not about racism and murder, but about peanut butter. Yeah, peanut butter.

BLM protest erupts in Atlanta after police department REINSTATES officer who shot Rayshard Brooks

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Black Lives Matter protest erupts in Atlanta after police department REINSTATES white officer Garrett Rolfe as he awaits murder trial for shooting Rayshard Brooks in Wendy's drive-thru
Garrett Rolfe, 27, fatally shot Rayshard Brooks, also 27, twice in the back as he ran from officers outside a Wendy's in Atlanta on June 12 
Rolfe was fired by the Atlanta Police Department the following day
The Atlanta Civil Service Board reversed the termination of Rolfe's employment on Wednesday 
Dozens of Black Lives Matter protesters descended on Atlanta City Hall to express outrage at the decision 
Rolfe is awaiting trial after being charged with 11 counts over Brooks' death, including felony murder 

Defense requesting new trial for Derek Chauvin

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ABC Columbia
May 5, 2021 5:17 PM EDT

Think twice before you whip out your phone and record a cop in Florida. You could be arrested.

Think twice before you whip out your phone and record a cop in Florida. You could be arrested.
Sun Sentinel
2 hrs ago
Marc Freeman, South Florida Sun-Sentinel
© John McCall/South Florida Sun Sentinel/South Florida Sun Sentinel/TNS
A protester holds up their cellphone outside the Fort Lauderdale Police Department on May 31, 2020, during a march in response to the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Taking smartphone videos of cops in public could shine a light on police misconduct — but it also could land you behind bars.
A divided Florida appeals court ruling on Wednesday upheld the arrest of a woman who filmed officers outside a movie theater.

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