Enough is Enough.
No person or entity is privileged to violate human rights, civil rights, or women's rights.
Stay focused. Stay vigilant. Keep fighting!
African Americans cannot afford to be silent about the origins and perpetrators of discrimination, injustice, and violence in American society
United States Lawyers, a Law Firm, and a Law School filed the following legal argument in the SDNY Federal Courthouse. African Americans cannot afford to be silent about the origins and perpetrators of discrimination, injustice, and violence against communities of color.
I do not support or condone the actions, statements, values and views expressed and supported by Volpe, New York Law School, Deborah Archer, Ella Mae Estrada, Oral Hope, Barbara Graves-Poller, David Schonebrod, Howard Meyers, Erika Wood, Jefferey Becherer, Victoria Eastus, or Anthony Crowell.
I stand with those who denounce all forms of hate and injustice committed against women and African Americans. To keep you - the public - better informed about information and events which are relevant I have posted this publicly available legal document containing the values and views of the parties listed as defendants, and the attorney of record who filed this work product.
This filing is a matter of public record, and has not been altered from the manner in which it was received by the SDNY Federal Courthouse.
Pay particular attention to the duties, liabilities, and responsibilities that Volpe and his clients (including, a private U.S. law school, and attorneys and lawyers employed by the school) argue are not enforceable by you or I.
This Letter was first shared on Bella Femminista's Instagram T.V. on Tuesday, July 14, 2020
'The Letters' Airs Tuesdays on Instagram TV
WHEN: Saturday, August 1, 2020, 9am (EDT)
WHERE: All social media platforms that you use
WHO: All who stand with the African American community against racism, discrimination, and injustice
WHAT: Post your resume, curriculum vitae, video resume, portfolio, or all of the above online and on social media (first, remove your address, and create a new email account to track and record replies)
WHY: Transparency, accountability, and redress with meaningful, measurable, and verifiable results
Change is Coming
Complaint of Misconduct, re: Judge James L. Cott [filed October 16, 2018]
As a black woman, lawyer, and plaintiff, this is what I was forced to endure at the hands of a white male judge in the Federal Court of the Southern District of New York: there has been no accountability or redress to date.
Without #BlackLivesMatter and similar groups, I fear for the physical, emotional, mental, and financial well being of all African Americans in the United States. How many stories have not been told? How many times have our rights been denied by those charged to uphold and defend the law?
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