Rayshard Brooks would be alive if good versus predatory policing effected. Dr. Paul Van Buskirk, city planner/author opines on defund the police, inner-city, & more.
Cops’ actions more than ever make defund the police movement a must.
There must be a different paradigm that is anathema to hunting people of color and specifically black men. We must change policing as we know it today. If after the daylight assassination of a black man even as the killer-cop knew he was being videoed did not stop the murder by another cop a few days later of another unarmed nonviolent black man, it illustrates an already metastasized cancer. The body is too infected to be made whole. It is time to morph from policing as we know it and instead create a group of bodies that keep all Americans safe.
After we discuss this subject, Dr. Paul Van Buskirk will discuss some relevant issues that touch on these subjects.
There was a big decision on LGBTQ discrimination by the Supreme Court today. I can assure you America’s awakening had something to do with it.
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‘Huge Victory for LGBTQ Equality’ as US Supreme Court Affirms Workplace Protections
“The court has caught up to the majority of our country, which already knows that discriminating against LGBTQ people is both unfair and against the law.”
Labor and LGBTQ rights advocates celebrated Monday after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that job discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or identity is prohibited under long-standing federal law.
The ruling, handed down by Trump appointee Justice Neil Gorsuch, is a rebuke to the White House, which argued Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 does not cover sexual orientation and that “the ordinary meaning of ‘sex’ is biologically make or female.”
The court ruled in a 6-3 decision that the law makes it illegal for employers to discriminate against a worker because of their transgender status and their sexual orientation, in addition to their sex assigned at birth.
“An employer who fired an individual for being homosexual or transgender fires that person for traits or actions it would not have questioned in members of a different sex,” wrote Gorsuch. “Those who adopted the Civil Rights Act might not have anticipated their work would lead to this particular result, but the limits of the drafters’ imagination supply no reason to ignore the law’s demands.”
“Only the written word is the law, and all persons are entitled to its benefit,” he added.
Gorsuch and Chief Justice John Roberts, both appointed by Republicans, joined the four liberal-leaning justices on the high court in the ruling.
The ACLU, which represented two plaintiffs in the Supreme Court case, gave credit to the victory to countless LGBTQ Americans who fought over the past five decades for equality in the workplace.
“This is a huge victory for LGBTQ equality,” said James Esseks, director of the ACLU’s LGBTQ & HIV Project. “Over 50 years ago, Black and Brown trans women, drag queens, and butch lesbians fought back against police brutality and discrimination that too many LGBTQ people still face. The Supreme Court’s clarification that it’s unlawful to fire people because they’re LGBTQ is the result of decades of advocates fighting for our rights.”
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