Nov 09, 2015
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Long-simmering protests at the University of Missouri over matters of race and discrimination got a boost over the weekend when at least 30 black football players announced they will not participate in team activities until the university system's president is removed. For months, black student groups have complained of racial slurs and other slights on the overwhelmingly...Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/AZeY8
COLUMBIA, Mo. (TheBlaze/AP) — Black Missouri football players announced Saturday night on Twitter that they will not participate in team activities until the university president is removed from office. The statement from the athletes was tweeted out Saturday by several members of the football...
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Black players for the Mizzou Tigers on Saturday joined a weeks-long student protest against university officials' handling of alleged racism on campus.
it's been a while since the public disturbance in Ferguson, MO made the front pages, so here is a reminder: with the St. Louis County prosecutor saying he expects the grand jury to reach a decision in mid-to-late November whether Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson should face charges for...
The University of Missouri’s Legion of Black Collegians released a statement tonight from the collective athletes of color on the Tigers football team stating they are on strike from football-related activities until the school president steps down in the wake of several racist acts on campus.
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — When Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff was impeached and suspended last month, her permanent ouster seemed all but certain. Rousseff's impassi
BEVERLY HILS, Calif. (AP) — The sunny musical "La La Land" may have danced its way to a Golden Globes record Sunday night, but the film's seven accolades were a mere sideshow to t
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe must have a say with regard to a $3.8 billion oil pipeline that could disturb sacred sites and impact drinking water for 8,000
WASHINGTON – The transition from volume-based payment to value-based payment “can’t work as well without a CMS Innovation Center that can move quickly to develop and expand new approaches to paying for care,” Mr. Slavitt said.
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