Author Archives: meherdhaliwal

EJS and Co-Counsel Sue Sacramento School District Over the Segregation and Mistreatment of Students with Disabilities, Particularly Black Students with Disabilities

Fifth-grader Stephen has been diagnosed with Autism and Anxiety Disorder. Despite a lifetime in SCUSD, Stephen has never received the mental health services he needs to be successful in school, nor has he had a teacher credentialed to work with students with Autism. Stephen – also one of only a few Black students at his […]
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This Week in White Supremacy #94: FBI Tracking Border Protest Groups as Extremist Organizations

Document reveals the FBI is tracking border protest groups as extremist organizations https://yhoo.it/311cBHI David Steven Bell Convicted of Assaulting an 11-Year-Old Black Child, Sentenced to Racial Justice Worshop http://bit.ly/2ZIGmQ8 Racist and Anti-Semitic Graffiti Shock a Beachfront Oasis – The New York Times https://nyti.ms/2ZN81PG ‘Because of Our Christian Race…’ Mississippi Venue Won’t Do Gay or Mixed […]
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Op-Ed by Ucedrah Osby: ‘Schools Must Value and Mentor Our Students – Not Punish and Discard Them’

In an op-ed published by the Observer, All of Us or None-Bakersfield President Ucedrah Osby urges readers to attend a community forum on September 4th, to collectively organize for better educational practices and outcomes for Black and Latinx students in the Kern High School District. “I know that our black and brown children go to […]
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Appellate Court Rules Students May Sue State of California

State Superintendent and the California Department of Education May Be Sued for Failing to Intervene When Districts Engage in Discriminatory Discipline Practices A California Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that students and community organizations may sue the State of California, through the Superintendent of Public Instruction, for failing to monitor and hold school districts accountable […]
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