Rep. Deb Haaland (D-N.M.) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) will introduce legislation Tuesday to make the federal government address the “intergenerational trauma” it has caused for Native Americans with its former Indian boarding school policy, a nearly century-long policy of forcibly removing Indigenous children from tribal lands and putting them into boarding schools to be assimilated into white culture. Source: Democrats To Unveil Bill Addressing Government’s Cultural Genocide Of Native Americans | HuffPost
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The group volunteer support is also still needed in cities including Cleveland, Detroit and Philadelphia.
Been that way forever – first First Nation, Mexican-Americans, Chinese, and Japanese, then Black-Americans, Filipinos, Indians, Hmong, Vietnamese, Koreans, Central Americans, West Africans…
Police in Los Angeles and other major cities across California issue citations to Black residents for minor infractions at far higher rates than white residents, according to a new study.
The complaint alleges Pack wanted to force out the complainants because they were part of the “Deep State” and had “played a role in the delay” Pack’s confirmation to his position at the USAGM.
The complaint alleges Pack ordered a close aide to conduct research on the voting history of agency employees, including one of the complainants, Matthew Walsh, the deputy director for operations who was placed on administrative leave. The research “was to be utilized in evaluation of career civil servants’ abilities to carry out the duties of their positions,” the complaint states.
The complaint also alleges that Grant Turner, the chief financial officer placed on leave in August, started disclosing to the State inspector general concerns that Pack and Morvared Namdarkhan, the agency’s acting vice president for legal, were pressuring his office to withhold already appropriated funding from the agency’s Office of Cuba Broadcasting in violation of the Anti-Deficiency Act.
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Six senior Trump administration officials filed a whistleblower complaint with the State Department’s inspector general over allegations that Michael Pack, CEO of the U.S. Agency for Global Media (USAGM), violated f…
Legislation Coming Up: This resolution has been added to the House’s schedule for the coming week, according to the House Majority Leader. More information can be found at https://ift.tt/2g091ss.
Last Action: This resolution is in the first stage of the legislative process. It was introduced into Congress on September 25, 2020. It will typically be considered by committee next before it is possibly sent on to the House or Senate as a whole.
“It seems that they exposed the undercover officers, suffering retaliation.”