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Two Black sheriff’s office assistants sue San Francisco for racial discrimination

Two Black sheriff’s office assistants sue San Francisco for racial discrimination

Two Black sheriff’s office assistants sue San Francisco for racial discrimination

The ladies asserted they experienced racial segregation, reprisal, and badgering while at work.

Two Black ladies who filled in as representatives for over 19 years in the San Francisco Sherriff’s Department are suing the city. The ladies guarantee they experienced racial segregation, reprisal and provocation at work, as per the San Francisco Chronicle.

The representatives — Danielle Dillard and Kim Lee — documented the grievance on Monday (Aug. 3) at the San Francisco Superior Court. As indicated by the suit, the Sheriff’s Department was “a workplace culture in which discrimination, harassment and retaliation have taken root and flourished.”

The ladies guarantee their work conditions intensified after they griped about the prejudicial demonstrations that occurred throughout the most recent couple of years. Dillard says she was called a “monkey” in 2016 by a boss after she presented herself as a clerk. Months after the fact, a similar supervisor didn’t permit Dillard to choose days off after she came back to work from bereavement leave following the demise of her mom.

When Dillard was going to come back to work, she was informed that she would need to accept a 8% decrease in salary and advised to save the boss “all that money junk.” The ladies were given corrective action when they made some noise about the discrimination they experienced at work. In March 2019, Dillard and Lee were provided restraining orders that shielded them from addressing any of the company employees.

Lee says that she was advised by her administrator to “Come to work, do your job and just leave.” She said that she did just what the supervisor asked. “So, I just didn’t talk to nobody,” she said. “I’d sometimes cry at my desk because I want to talk to my friends. Those people were my friends and I couldn’t talk to my friends.”

Lawyer Angela Alioto is speaking to the two ladies. “I don’t know how they have made it this long, all those months without being able to speak and the frustration being so horrible that they literally would cry on their lunch break or they would cry, you know, when they go home all night because they’re under these strict, oppressive rules not to speak. It’s crazy!” Alioto said of her clients’ experiences at work.

The San Francisco Sheriff’s Department has not remarked on the pending claim.

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Donald Trump on whether John Lewis’ heritage is impressive: “I can’t say”

Donald Trump on whether John Lewis’ heritage is impressive: “I can’t say”

Aurora police temporarily arrest Black family after stupidly mistaking their car as stolen

Trump likewise said “no one has supported Black Americans” more than him, while talking about the late civil rights legend.

Donald Trump would not recognize the late Rep. John Lewis’ political contributions or impact during an explosive sit-down interview with Axios, which additionally discussed White house updates on the Coronavirus pandemic.

“I really don’t know [how John Lewis will be remembered],” Trump answered reporter Jonathan Swan. “I really didn’t know John Lewis. He chose not to come to my inauguration. I never met John Lewis, actually.”

When Swan asked, “Do you find [Lewis] impressive?” Trump responded, “I can’t say one way or the other. I find a lot of people impressive. I find many people non-impressive.”

“He didn’t come to my inauguration. He didn’t come to my State of the Union speeches,” Trump continued. “That’s ok, that’s his right. And, again, nobody has done more for Black Americans than I have. He should’ve come — I think he made a big mistake.”

Swan at that point legitimately inquired as to whether Trump discovered Lewis’ legacy as impressive, irrespective of their own relationship.

“He was a person that devoted a lot of energy and a lot of heart to civil rights, but there were many others who did, too,” Trump responded.

Lewis was a crucial component of the 1963 March on Washington and proceeded to be granted several lofty honors for his commitments to the Civil Rights Movement, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom. He likewise spearheaded the first of three Selma to Montgomery marches over the Edmund Pettus Bridge to fight segregationist voter suppression, where he was mercilessly beaten by a cop.

An appeal was propelled after his passing to rename the bridge after Lewis, which Trump said he “would have no objection” to.

Many — including Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms — discovered Trump’s remarks about the late Congressman unacceptable and grossly disrespectful.

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Aurora police temporarily arrest Black family after stupidly mistaking their car as stolen

Aurora police temporarily arrest Black family after stupidly mistaking their car as stolen

Aurora police temporarily arrest Black family after stupidly mistaking their car as stolen

A Black mother and four kids had firearms drawn on them by police, who were in pursuit of a stolen motorcycle from another state.

Cops in Aurora, Colorado wrongly bound and confined a Black mother and four innocent children subsequent to confusing their SUV with a stolen motorcycle. Brittney Gilliam was with her 6-year-old daughter, 12-year-old sister and young nieces when police pulled up behind them, took out their firearms and forcefully ordered them out of the vehicle.

“That was terrifying. As a parent, it was heartbreaking,” Gilliam told ABC News affiliate Denver 7.

Video of the arrest caught by witnesses demonstrated a gathering of officers constraining the children to lay face-down on the ground while they questioned Gilliam regarding her vehicle. The vehicle was not stolen. Rather, police technically were instructed to use their resources to locate a stolen motorcycle from another state, which had a similar tag number as the SUV.

Acting police chief Vanessa Williams, who was highly recommended by the city council to satisfy the position permanently, apologized to the family and said it was a horrible blunder by the police department’s plate analyzer that caused the misstep.

“We first want to offer our apologies to the family involved in the traumatic incident involving a police stop of their vehicle yesterday,” Williams said in a statement.
“We have been training our officers that when they contact a suspected stolen car, they should do what is called a high-risk stop. This involves drawing their weapons and ordering all occupants to exit the car and lie prone on the ground. But we must allow our officers to have discretion and to deviate from this process when different scenarios present themselves. I have already directed my team to look at new practices and training.”

Gilliam said the episode left her daughter in shock and with another perspective of police.

“‘I hate cops.’ That’s exactly what she said,” she told Denver 7.

In her statement, Williams added that the city will cover “age-appropriate therapy” for the kids.

“I have called the family to apologize and to offer any help we can provide, especially for the children who may have been traumatized by yesterday’s events. I have reached out to our victim advocates so we can offer age-appropriate therapy that the city will cover.”

As per Williams, an internal examination launched to find a permanent resolution and prevent future missteps.

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