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MIT hit with civil rights complaint over race and sex discrimination

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology was hit with a civil rights complaint on Monday, with the complainant noting one of its programs only allows “women of color” to participate. The complaint, filed by the Equal Protection Project with the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, focused on the Creative Regal Women of Knowledge, a […]

Unearthing The Untold Story of Civil War Guerilla Warfare

The Union infantry escort aboard the train ran for its life and fired several shots blindly into the woods before another round from a Confederate howitzer penetrated the engine’s boiler, causing a terrifying explosion of steam and metal. Ta. The Rangers charged forward and plundered. train. They first rescued a newspaper carrier with a broken […]

Billionaire investor sees 1 in 3 chance of civil war

Ray Dalio, the billionaire investor and founder of hedge fund Bridgewater Associates, said he believes the United States is increasingly likely to descend into civil war. in Financial Times interviewDalio, 74, detailed a study that found the chance of civil war in the United States was 35 percent to 40 percent. “We’re on the brink […]

Largest Latino civil rights group UnidosUS endorses Biden in Arizona

The political arm of the largest Latino civil rights organization endorsed President Biden in Arizona on Tuesday, according to a press release. “It’s a clear choice for Latino voters,” UnidosUS Action Fund President Janet Murguia said at a press conference Thursday. “With Biden, we can continue on the path to progress and a brighter future.” […]

DOJ and Civil Rights Groups file Lawsuits over Iowa Immigration Bill

The Department of Justice (DOJ) and several civil rights groups filed two lawsuits Thursday to block the immigration bill from taking effect in Iowa. Before filing a lawsuit to prevent SF2340 The Justice Department has warned that it plans to sue Iowa over the law, which allows law enforcement to arrest previously deported undocumented immigrants […]

Civil War General Sherman’s sword among relics headed to Ohio auction next week

Bidders will compete for money at an Ohio auction house next week for the sword of the Civil War Union general who led a scorched-earth campaign across Georgia and coined the phrase “war is hell.” Become. General William Tecumseh Sherman’s wartime sword, believed to have been used between 1861 and 1863, is among the items […]

Wasim Muhammad says in civil abuse trial 4 of his 6 wives he met at 18

A 56-year-old New Jersey school board president on Wednesday told a jury in his civil sexual abuse trial that he denied sexually abusing his wife, who was a middle school teacher, and told a jury in his civil sexual abuse trial that he was among six “godly wives.” The four said they met when they […]

Mail-In Ballot Fraud Occurred for the 1st Time During the Civil War

Although the current controversy calls into question the integrity of mail-in voting, ballot fraud in the United States is nothing new. It was 160 years ago, in the 1864 presidential election, when absentee voting was allowed for the first time, as large numbers of Union soldiers were on the battlefield and away from home. Many […]