Social Justice

Danish TV Show Promotes ‘Body Positivity’ by Showing Kids Naked Adults

The Danish television programme Ultra Strips Down has come under fire for having adults parade their nude bodies in front of children, some as young as seven. Criticism of the programme has gone viral on social media in recent days after it stirred controversy in Denmark earlier this month. Populist Danish People’s Party group chairman Peter …

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Teen Who Fed Columbus Officers Buys Meals for Cleveland Police

Seventeen-year-old Markel Davis — the teenager who cooked and delivered meals to hundreds of Columbus officers during the June protests — delivered full meals to two precincts of the Cleveland Police Department on Saturday, after raising the money online. When Davis heard Cleveland Police Detective James Skernivitz was shot and killed in the line of duty Thursday …

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Colorado Governor Reopens Inquiry into 2019 Death of Elijah McClain

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis (D) made the decision Thursday to reopen an inquiry into the 2019 death of Elijah McClain, a 23-year-old who got into a confrontation with police officers and was placed in a chokehold. The decision, which was made official by an executive order from Polis, was sent to Colorado’s Attorney General Phil Weiser …

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UCLA Prof. Placed on Leave After Refusing to Postpone Exams for Black Students

UCLA Professor Gordon Klein has been placed on leave after rejecting a request to postpone a final exam for black students in response to the death of George Floyd. Over 20,000 people have signed a petition that calls on UCLA officials to fire Klein. When Klein was asked to postpone black students’ exams, he replied …

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