Daily Archives: July 3, 2022

2022-07-03: News Headlines

Common Dreams staff (2022-07-03). Bodycam Footage Shows Ohio Police Shooting Jayland Walker 60+ Times. commondreams.org "The Department of Justice needs to step in to investigate immediately," said former Ohio state Sen. Nina Turner.

_____ (2022-07-02). July 4th Events Canceled, Protests Over Police Murder Of Jayland Walker. popularresistance.org Friday marks the third day of protests over the Akron police shooting death of 25-year-old Jayland Walker, an Akron DoorDash driver who was killed by multiple shots following a police chase on Monday. | Previous protests were small, a couple dozen people. But as news of Walker's death spread across the city and national organizations like Black Lives Matter took note, today's protest downtown is expected to grow. | Reporters and photographers from The Akron Beacon Journal will be reporting live from today's protest. Follow their reporting as it unfolds below.

Jim Spellman (2022-07-02). Ketanji Brown Jackson sworn in as U.S. Supreme Court Justice. america.cgtn.com An historic day in Washington as Ketanji Brown Jackson is sworn in as the first Black Woman Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. The previous 115 were all men. Jackson was nominated by President Biden and confirmed by the U.S. Senate earlier this year …

WSWS (2022-07-02). Protests in Akron, Ohio after initial autopsy confirms police shot unarmed Jayland Walker 60 times. wsws.org Anticipating mass outrage ahead of the public release of portions of body camera footage on Sunday, the Democratic mayor of Akron has canceled Fourth of July celebrations in the city.

Staff (2022-07-02). Protests erupt in US over fatal Police shooting of Black man. en.mehrnews.com TEHRAN, Jul. 02 (MNA) — Angry activists on Friday rallied in the city of Akron in the northern United States following yet another police shooting death of a Black man earlier this week.

Ann Brown (2022-07-01). Family Of Emmett Till: After Discovery Of Original Arrest Warrant, We Want Lying Accuser Arrested. moguldom.com The unserved warrant for a white woman in the 1955 kidnapping of Black teenager Emmett Till was discovered by a team searching a Mississippi courthouse basement for evidence about Till's lynching by a white mob in August 28, 1955. Now relatives of Till want the police to finally arrest the woman nearly 70 years later. The warrant …

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