The Baltimore City Council has refused to pay the $6.4 million settlement to Freddie Gray’s family.
This preventable issue can wreak permanent damage to a child’s health and mental capabilities. It is also an issue that city authorities promised they would fix six years ago.
If they refused to give sexual favors, the women were subject to dangerous living situations that put them at risk of electrocution, lack of heat and mold consumption.
An appeals court has paused the trial to finish deciding on whether another one of the five other officers that was involved with Gray’s death will have to testify.
What exactly do our authorities in law enforcement and the judicial system have to hide?
Jury selection in Baltimore police officer Caesar Goodson’s trial is set to begin on Monday in the Freddie Gray case.
Meanwhile, Marilyn Mosby reflects on her first year as Baltimore’s state attorney, saying that the city is still holding on after a difficult 2015.
“We can’t sit back and make excuses,” says BGV Founder Nykidra “Nyki” Robinson. “Our vote is our voice. It doesn’t matter if you don’t have a GED, or if you have a PhD, we’re all the same.”
“Even though it was a negative situation that put me in this position,” Allen said, “it also put me in a position to give back.”
On Monday, Roland Martin and NewsOne Now discussed the Top 10 Stories of 2015, all of which had and will continue to have a longstanding impact on our lives as we move forward into 2016.