FBI Reopens The Unsolved Alonzo Brooks Case 16 Years Later

Alonzo Brooks

Written by: @kristenshylin_ The story of Alonzo Brooks represents another person of color that was failed by law enforcement. Brooks, who would have turned 40 in May, died 16 years ago; his death remains unsolved. In 2004, Brooks left his home to attend a party with friends, but he never …

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J.K. Rowling Signs Open Letter Condemning Cancel Culture

JK Rowling on new book

 Written by: @kristenshylin_ The author of the beloved Harry Potter series, J.K. Rowling, joined 150 writers, academics and activists in a call for action to end cancel culture. According to Deadline, the author signed the open letter published by Harper’s denouncing the “restriction of debate” in modern culture. Rowling has recently …

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Quadriplegic Patient, Who Tested Positive For COVID-19, Dies After Texas Hospital Denies Further Treatment Because “It Wouldn’t Improve His Quality Of Life”

Written by: @kristenshylin_ A 46-year-old man’s life was cut short when St. David’s South Austin Medical Center refused treatment due to his disability. Michael Hickson, a quadriplegic, contracted COVID-19 and pneumonia at his nursing home, Daily Mail reported. On June 11, Hickson transferred to the Austin medical center for treatment, …

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