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to see rigorous systems in place to deal with such matters and individuals acting with curiosity and concern when presented with compelling, on recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, There are many allegations of effort by political interests to undermine the legitimacy of the judiciary or to exploit the judiciary for selfish ends.” he said." Clinton wrote in her recent memoir What Happened. Thank you all!” the president said on TwitterThe president may have had little choice but to abandon his desire to have leaders of the country’s largest businesses offer him counsel 3M CEO Inge Thulin’s resignation from the president’s manufacturing council Wednesday morning came after five other business and union leaders quit the panel and just before the CEOs of Campbell Soup and United Technologies did the same The strategy and policy forum had self-dissolved according to reports before the president decided to end itThe CEOs’ moves came after Trump’s comments on a white supremacist-led demonstration in Charlottesville Va Heather Heyer a 32-year-old was killed when a Ohio man who reportedly joined largely white men chanting “Jews will not replace us” and “ blood and soil” drove his car into counter-protests Many others were also injured when James Alex Fields allegedly mowed through the crowd Fields has been charged with murder and may see other chargesUnderscoring business leaders’ statements was a similar message: Trump’s refusal to unequivocally condemn white supremacists and everything for which they stand is unacceptable“I joined the Manufacturing Jobs Initiative in January to advocate for policies that align with our values and encourage even stronger investment and job growth — in order to make the United States stronger healthier and more prosperous for all people After careful consideration I believe the initiative is no longer an effective vehicle for 3M to advance these goals As a result today I am resigning from the Manufacturing Advisory Council” Thulin said in a statement Up until Wednesday morning Thulin had been silent on the issueTrump on Tuesday praised and condemned those on “both sides” of the violence winning praise from KKK supporters and other white supremacists“You had some very bad people in that group but you also had people that were very fine people on both sides” Trump said Tuesday in a press conferenceREACTION SPREADSBut officials and business leaders have said there is nothing fine about those who admire Nazis and the KKK Republican and Democratic leaders in a variety of ways said Trump was wrong in his outlook and were far more adamant in their condemnation than the president has been “Hatred and bigotry associated with the white supremacists neo-Nazis and the KKK has no place in our society The tragedy in Charlottesville is another example of the struggles our country faces to unite and confront hate” Democratic US Rep Collin Peterson who does not often send out statements said Monday afternoonAfter Trump’s Tuesday statements Republican US Rep Erik Paulsen added his voice to those countering the president“This is cut-and-dry: White supremacists & neo-Nazis have no place in our society & that should be made unequivocally clear on all levels” Paulsen a Republican from Minnesota’s suburban 3rd Congressional District said on Twitter Tuesday eveningFormer US Sen Norm Coleman a Republican who represented Minnesota and is the former mayor of St Paul co-released a statement from the Republican Jewish Coalition with RJC executive director Matt Brooks Coleman is the RJC’s national chairman“There are no good Nazis and no good members of the Klan” said their statement Wednesday afternoon “We join with our political and religious brethren calling upon President Trump to provide greater moral clarity in rejecting racism bigotry and antisemitism”Minnesota Gov Mark Dayton in a statement Wednesday said: “There is no place in our country for this rabid bigotry racism xenophobia and hatred Those who perpetrate it should be held strictly accountable for the consequences of their vile behavior”Business reassessingThe president’s words on Tuesday — coming after days of pressure and an belated initial denunciation of hate groups — forced many to re-examine their stancesUp until Wednesday morning 3M officials stayed quiet despite repeated questions and increasing attention on whether the Thulin would remain on the advisory groupThulin broke his silence Wednesday“Sustainability diversity and inclusion are my personal values and also fundamental to the 3M Vision The past few months have provided me with an opportunity to reflect upon my commitment to these values” he said in his statement announcing his resignation“At 3M we will continue to champion an environment that supports sustainability diversity and inclusion I am committed to building a company that improves lives in every corner of the world” the statement concludes3M based in Maplewood is Minnesota’s 12th largest employer It has nearly 90000 employees around the worldWhile on Wednesday Trump tweeted that he would disband his councils rather than allowing leaders to face “pressure” he had previously tweeted that he could easily replace anyone who quit said those who left were embarrassed by their company practices and criticized drug-maker Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier for resigning on MondayFrazier who is African-American was the first business leader to leave the council He said Monday: “America’s leaders must honor our fundamental values by clearly rejecting expressions of hatred bigotry and group supremacy” Jeff Williams, Patrick ONeal, Accompanied by RJD chief whip in the Assembly Lalit Yadav, Mich.

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Theres this whole theme about greed and what money and gold does to you. because when they went on to a set, ?? ? We are striving to end this practice but there are some people who do not want it to end."I dont know why I did it. His former mentor,m. and protestors took to the tear-gassed blood-stained streets near my home in St Louis county to call for justice and revive this black freedom movement Since then the Black Lives Matter movement has gone from an unpopular effort to a cause célèbre And along the way some have predicted the movement’s demise After all we challenge traditional norms of social movements Our movement is decentralized and creative We stand in Martin Luther King Jrs legacy but we have no single leader We innovate with new media modernize civil disobedience and maintain pressure in the streets and the policy table simultaneously And I can tell you unequivocally that we aren’t going anywhere We will continue to fight because in 2015 nearly 1200 people were killed by police Last year young black menlike my brother who holds a Master’s degree from an Ivy League universitywere nine times more likely to be killed by police than other Americans despite his age demographic only comprising 2% of the population We will continue to fight because certain lives of color remain disproportionately vulnerable Many transgender women of color still suffer humiliation and harm; many black college students must still fight for their inclusion; and many children of color are still more likely to grow up in poverty than white children We will continue to fight because in Cleveland a government institution has again failed to secure justice for Tamir Rice a black 12-year-old gunned down by police in 2014 The day the grand jury returned its non-indictment it felt as though Tamir had died again And had Tamir lived the odds of racial injustice altering his life’s trajectory would have still loomed large For all these reasons and more quitting isn’t an option Who are we While we are mostly black we are diverse in belief experience and practice We are thankful to the generations that toiled before us though at times we experience the intergenerational challenges that have been repeated throughout history We reject the notion that dressing speaking or acting in less confrontational ways will save us-because respectability and accomplishment won’t protect us from the perils of blackness in America We are Jews Gentiles Muslims and the non-religious We are cisgender transgender and non-binary; straight and LGBTQ We are college graduates and high school dropouts Some of us have been trained as professionals; we have all trained by protest We are many colors and full of dedicated consistent allies who stand with us We all demand to be able to be and be freely Love for ourselves brought us to this movement Love for one another keeps us here We will continue to exert pressure for change and justice using every tool we have among us from city to city For example at Campaign Zero an activist collective of which I’m a part we have proposed community-designed policy solutions to end police violence There are many such local and national efforts throughout the Black Lives Matter movement that leverage art student activism and provocative protest to collectively create the world in which we want to live We are not a scattered group of misdirected people nor are we narrowly focused We have always understood that police violence is but one fatal branch of a larger tree rooted in systemic oppression and racism Our mission is not to just break the branch-but to uproot the tree destroying the many inequities that spring from it As we mature we will continue to take on the myriad issues that brought us to this point of pain and determination and that fuel our movement forward Only a radically inclusive equitable and democratic society will uproot that tree That is a difficult and seemingly nebulous concept but that doesnt mean it is not our responsibility to strive for it We often hear from people who ask: How can we help Here are four ways: 1 Start small The incredulous nature of the Cleveland ruling or Walter Scott’s death offers an opportunity to consider that maybe-just maybe-there is something wrong Interrogate those feelings by researching more 2 Listen intently and without invalidation to those of us most affected by injustice Leave your hero complex at home: we need no one to save us but do invite you to stand with us with respect humility and commitment 3 Examine your powerThere is some space some corner of the world in which you lead With your children classmates or loved ones; with your employees volunteers congregants or clients you possess the ability to influence how others live Will you challenge the everyday racism you hear in the carpool line or walk away Will you challenge bigotry when it sits down at your kitchen table or choose comfort Will you institute company practices that prioritize true equity or will you settle for cosmetic diversity and tokenize people of color 4 Support urgent systemic changes Public officials derive their power from we the people We the protesters have to not let them forget it We’ve taken our message to the White House and presidential campaigns alike and we’ve refused to settle for the status quo We need more than better data or non-lethal weaponry though both are necessary steps We need economic policies that will disproportionately alleviate problems for those disproportionately affected: people of color We need smart policy scored by racial impact tests that predict unintended consequences before everyday people suffer We need systems of accountability and transparency embracing radical democracy from local municipalities to Washington putting the people back in charge We need to create safe communities from the ground up instead of over-police them from the top down We need to electand becomepublic officials with the courage to do what is just even when its not politically expedient With our collective voices and votes we must push to create the political will to solve the problems this movement has helped lay bare We often say a society should be judged by how it treats "the least of these" But the fabric of our collective destiny depends on our commitment to eradicate inequity and render inequality irrelevant If you believe in democracy and freedom the current status quowhich benefits some over othersshould infuriate you Racial justice is not just our causeit’s an American cause And because of that the movement will continue Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors but the closure has forced travelers to drive at least 7 miles out of the way to other bridges.Hugging the Senate proposal would negate his legal authority to increase commissioners’ salaries.

"Rosenstein denied doing so. which blasted Comey and found that top bureau officials assigned to both the Clinton email case and the investigation into Russia’s election interference had shown a "willingness to take official action" to prevent Trump from becoming president.000 prize, Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell hired Benton as campaign manager in a bid to shore up support with the party’s grassroots during a primary challenge, gross misdemeanor negligent storage of firearms and misdemeanor obstruction of the legal process will be dismissed at sentencing under terms of a plea agreement. a criminal complaint states. The video was played in the course of Haruna’s testimony in the case on Wednesday. MNsure has scheduled events during happy hours at bars and on college campuses, One deal on the cards would govern the supply of Russian wheat to China.Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit Beijing on Saturday at the invitation of his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping.

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