Albion College Student Suspended for Racist Graffiti While Investigation Continues

A student at Albion College faces suspension for racist graffiti he allegedly put up in the dorms last week after video surveillance surfaced. The graffiti displayed anti-African American slurs along with references to the Ku Klux Klan. The Michigan-based college …

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Florida to Sue U.S. Center for Disease Control, Federal Government to Allow Cruises to Resume

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said the state of Florida is suing the federal government and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to allow the cruise industry to get back in operation again. “Today Florida’s fighting back. We’re filing a …

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Alabama Lawmakers Considering Bill That Would Allow Pay for College Athletes

Alabama joined over 20 other states by introducing a bill allowing college athletes to be paid. The bill would allow college athletes in the state to receive compensation for their name, image and likeness, and would take effect July 1 …

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Welsh Team Swansea City to Boycott all Social Networking Over Abuse and Discrimination

Swansea City Football Club has announced that the club will boycott all social media platforms for a week to protest against racism and online abuse after three players became victims in less than two months. Swansea player Ben Cabango was …

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