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"This is a new story, a new narrative we’re going to tell together. And I believe that each and every one of you is going to write that story for yourself.”
In this edition of 'Mic Dispatch,' we talk with John Legend about unemployment among formerly incarcerated people and with Wade Davis about the lack of out gay players in the NFL.
“My mother is very grateful that Kim Kardashian cared enough to go above and beyond for her,” Johnson said. “It really means a lot to her, to my whole family.”
After serving 21 years of confinement in federal prison, Alice Marie Johnson is calling for criminal justice reform.
A lawyer who attended one of DeVos' Thursday "listening sessions" on campus assault spoke out about her experience and concerns.
Finicum was killed during the 2016 occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.