Granderson: Who else has been terrorized and killed by police where Ahmaud Arbery was murdered?

Caroline Small was just 35 years old when she died.
Already struggling with mental health issues as well as drug and alcohol addiction, it is believed her divorce, which had just been finalized days earlier, contributed to her poor state of mind when a Glynn County officer approached her as she sat in her running car. Someone had called police believing Small was doing drugs.
This was June 18, 2010.
When the officer asked her to step out of the vehicle, Small drove off and, for four miles, led officers on a low-speed chase.

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Editorial: After all the sacrifices in 2020, a little Thanksgiving joy in 2021

A year and a half ago, I wrote about hugging in the age of COVID-19. My then-22-year-old daughter had come home to see the pandemic through with me. We went through elaborate rituals to keep safe, even from each other, since she’d taken a flight home. Among the rules: We didn’t hug or come within six feet of each other until the requisite 14 days had passed from her flight. And then we added a few days for good measure.
By that time, hugging felt like a long-unmet need — and a luxury at the same time.

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EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Princess Diana was the first to stray during her marriage Prince Charles

EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Princess Diana was the first to stray during her marriage Prince Charles, says ex-aide
By Richard Eden for The Daily Mail
Published: 17:07 EST, 24 November 2021 | Updated: 17:09 EST, 24 November 2021

Viewers of Netflix hit The Crown are left in no doubt who was to blame for the collapse of Prince Charles and Diana’s marriage: he’s shown sneaking off to renew his love affair with Camilla Parker Bowles while the Princess is left crying at the Palace.

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A message from parents to schools — stop sexualizing our kids

Left-wing media still denying CRT education is ongoing
Former White House Advisor for strategic communications Mercedes Schlapp and Former Biden campaign surrogate Kevin Walling on the media continuing to deny that critical race theory is included in public school curriculum

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“How old were you when you had sexual intercourse for the first time?” “Have you ever had oral sex?” “The last time you had sexual intercourse, did you or your partner use a condom?

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A message from parents to schools — stop sexualizing our kids

Left-wing media still denying CRT education is ongoing
Former White House Advisor for strategic communications Mercedes Schlapp and Former Biden campaign surrogate Kevin Walling on the media continuing to deny that critical race theory is included in public school curriculum

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles!
“How old were you when you had sexual intercourse for the first time?” “Have you ever had oral sex?” “The last time you had sexual intercourse, did you or your partner use a condom?

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A message from parents to schools — stop sexualizing our kids

Left-wing media still denying CRT education is ongoing
Former White House Advisor for strategic communications Mercedes Schlapp and Former Biden campaign surrogate Kevin Walling on the media continuing to deny that critical race theory is included in public school curriculum

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles!
“How old were you when you had sexual intercourse for the first time?” “Have you ever had oral sex?” “The last time you had sexual intercourse, did you or your partner use a condom?

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Wyoming launched a system of humiliating, pervasive surveillance under the guise of fighting crime

Criminologists and, increasingly, local court systems love the idea of “swift, certain and fair” punishments for drug use (including alcohol) by people with criminal justice system involvement. They say that releasing people with strict anti-drug use conditions will curb mass incarceration, cut costs and assist in rehabilitation — a win for everyone.
Not only is this misleading, but the programs they are creating might be unconstitutional.

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Wyoming launched a system of humiliating, pervasive surveillance under the guise of fighting crime

Criminologists and, increasingly, local court systems love the idea of “swift, certain and fair” punishments for drug use (including alcohol) by people with criminal justice system involvement. They say that releasing people with strict anti-drug use conditions will curb mass incarceration, cut costs and assist in rehabilitation — a win for everyone.
Not only is this misleading, but the programs they are creating might be unconstitutional.

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Townsend Harris HS journalists call out NYC DOE for ‘broken’ policies on sexual predators

Ryan Eng, Julia Maciejak, and Jasmine Palma are seniors at Townsend Harris HS in Queens and editors-in-chief of The Classic, a student-run newspaper that publishes Monday to Friday without censorship. The Classic has covered many controversial issues, and has run a series of articles on teacher sexual misconduct.
Last spring, we got a phone call that rattled us: A Townsend Harris graduate described the pain she still felt years after graduation because she was “groomed by a predator” — one of her teachers who showered her with gifts, alcohol and intimate text messages.

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Townsend Harris HS journalists call out NYC DOE for ‘broken’ policies on sexual predators

Ryan Eng, Julia Maciejak, and Jasmine Palma are seniors at Townsend Harris HS in Queens and editors-in-chief of The Classic, a student-run newspaper that publishes Monday to Friday without censorship. The Classic has covered many controversial issues, and has run a series of articles on teacher sexual misconduct.
Last spring, we got a phone call that rattled us: A Townsend Harris graduate described the pain she still felt years after graduation because she was “groomed by a predator” — one of her teachers who showered her with gifts, alcohol and intimate text messages.

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