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Women in Abu Shouk Camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs) near El Fasher, North Darfur, attend English classes conducted by volunteer teachers and facilitated by the police component of the African Union-United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID). 18 February 2014. UN Photo/Albert González Farran

Police of the UN Mission in the Republic of South Sudan (UNMISS). United Nations police officers based in Akobo speak with three women detained inside a traditional tukul house at the local police headquarters. From right to left: Yuri Makarenko, of Ukraine; Joseph Mringera, of Kenya, and Simon Machar, Language Assistant. 10 April 2013. Akobo, South Sudan. UN Photo/Martine Perret

Recruiting women police officers is key to the rule of law. In this photo, Thai police cadets receive training on ending violence against women and girls. More on the UN's rule of law work: Photo credit: UN Women/Panya Janjira

Women officers of the Somali national police are shown during a ceremony to inaugurate their training programme, conducted by the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM)’s Police Training and Development Unit with funding from the Italian Government. They are among 160 officers participating in the two-week course, held at the General Kaahiye Police Academy in Mogadishu. 15 October 2012. Mogadishu, Somalia UN Photo/Tobin Jones…

Graduation Ceremony for Officers of Libyan National Police. Non-commissioned officer Hafsa Hussein, 23, is one of eight women who graduated today from a course intended to prepare members of the Libyan national police for assuming their responsibilities, and guaranteeing security in the national polls scheduled for June. 17 April 2012. Tripoli, Libya. Photo # 510519. UN Photo/Iason Foounten

The Effects of Ignoring Systemic Racism | The Nation - featuring an embedded video by Jay Smooth about systemic vs. individual racism.

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Unemployed Darren Wilson living off donations, only shopping “with like-minded individuals — where it’s not a mixing pot”

Unemployed Darren Wilson living off donations, only shopping “with like-minded individuals — where it’s not a mixing pot” The racially coded language used by the man who shot Michael Brown does him no favors in brutal New Yorker profile

The easiest way for governmental agencies to conceal potentially damning information is to make it too expensive to obtain. ---》Nebraska school district demands $32k to see spending records – and it’s not the only one -