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The Racial History of the Death Penalty

The Racial History of the Death Penalty

The death penalty — subject to racial injustice — is the act of sentencing, someone, to their death as punishment for a crime. The justice system, in general, is known to be racially biased when it comes to Blacks, whites, and everything in between. However, the death penalty specifically has been used to mercifully, yet legally, […]

Jussie Smollett Trial Set to Begin After Years of Delays

Jussie Smollett Trial Set to Begin After Years of Delays

Jussie Smollett’s high-profile trial is set to begin 33 months after the alleged racial, homophobic attack occurred. Now Cook County jury members will be tasked to decide whether the actor staged the attack or not. The former “Empire” star is facing charges for filing false police reports and costing the city of Chicago hundreds of […]

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