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Starbucks changes its bathroom policy, starts "racial bias" training News NetworkTanisha Ford, Africana Studies and History, comments on the controversy during an in-studio interview and said Starbucks gets no credit for doing what they were supposed to do. "I am disheartened by the fact that black people even have to experience this type of hyper-policing in order for companies like Starbucks to feel like they should have a training like this."
Starbucks closing its doors to address racial incident quotes Tanisha Ford, Africana Studies and History, who said she is not convinced that Starbucks has a real plan to affect long-time change.
Can Leslie Moonves’ Audacious Strategy Swing the Votes in CBS’ Favor? Elson, Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, has long argued against the kind of dual-class stock structures Moonves is pursuing. “Honestly I think at some point the state legislature and the courts are going to have to rule that this structure isn't appropriate for public companies," he said.
Tomi Lahren's Final Thoughts On The Sante Fe Shooting Are So Typical DailyArticle quotes Aaron Kupchik, Sociology and Criminal Justice. “The more we add security or police forces and so on to schools, the more likely it is the students who are already at risk of being seen as potential trouble makers get swept up into the justice system or suspended and pushed out of schools.'
Beauty shops become prime ground for voter registration efforts in South Carolina Post and CourierTiffany Gill, Africana studies and History, said beauty salons have a long tradition of functioning as political and cultural centers, even soap boxes, within the black community.
Musk confidant emerges as central figure in Tesla governance debate Irish TimesCharles Elson, director of the John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, commented on the lengthy absence of a Tesla board member.
Delaware should reject Islamaphobic bill on sharia law News JournalMuqtedar Khan, Political Science and International Relations, writes about state Senate Bill 89, which he says will sow the seeds of religious intolerance, xenophobia and Islamophobia in Delaware.
Amid conflict, Jews and Muslims in US seek solidarity,-Jews-and-Muslims-in-US-seek-solidarity2018-05-15T04:00:00ZAssociated PressAssociated Press story quoted Muqtedar Khan, Political Science and International Relations. The article was picked up globally, including U.S. outlets such as the New York Times, Fox News and ABC News and abroad in countries such as England, China and Egypt.
Moonves Sets Stage for Final Showdown With Redstone Family NewsArticle quotes Charles Elson, who said other companies with stock structures that allow investors to use voting power to control a firm have come under attack in Delaware, said
Can Super-Voting Stocks Survive the CBS Challenge?2018-05-15T04:00:00ZThe Wall Street Journal “This case may be the ultimate acid-test of dual-class stock,” says Charles Elson, Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance.

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