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Kyle Rittenhouse Trial: 'Self-Defense' or 'Provoked Bloodshed'?
Kyle Rittenhouse (left) listens to his defence attorney Mark Richards (right) as he takes the stand during his trial. Kyle Rittenhouse,...
The American Constitution - An Analysis of the Intent and Execution of the Constitution
The following will present the historical significance of the American Constitution, along with the roles of three of the prominent...
Brown Vs Board of Education - Legal Case Breakdown
By Alisa Rao In the early 1950s, when WW2 had finished, African-American soldiers & nurses were returning home. State legislators had...
Student Submitted Article
The End of Roe v Wade?
Author: Arvind Salem Photo Credit: floridadailypost.com In Texas a new, and more restrictive, abortion act has passed over much...
Harvard Against Students For Fair Admissions Lawsuit Case
By Alisa Rao and Ethan Messier An investigation on the ongoing legal battle between Harvard University and an anti-Racist legal group...
Jan Williams urges the attention of the public, to protect victims from domestic abuse
Jan Williams, the Director, Campaign for Effective Domestic Abuse Laws, calls for immediate attention towards the way domestic abuse is...
The Significance of Obergefell v. Hodges
Photo Credits: Jon Elswick Obergefell v. Hodges is a landmark civil rights case that has created a prominent impact in the LGBTQ+...
Why America is not a Democracy -Ancient Greek Democracy vs. the American Republic
By Andra Fofuca Why America is not a Democracy Contrary to popular belief, the United States of America is not a democratic country, but...
Why Even Hate Speech Is Protected By The Constitution
By: Jonathan Hartadi It is enshrined in the very first amendment of the American Constitution that ‘Congress shall make no law abridging...
Sep 20, 2020
America’s Advocacy of Police Brutality
Written by: Mogale Tsebane Edited by: Jenna Jokhani The rise in global media coverage of police brutality has shone some light on deeply...
Sep 12, 2020
Does the American Constitution Protect Illegal Immigrants?
The Bill of Rights applies to every non-citizen in American territory. This is because nowhere in the Bill of Rights does it say...
Sep 1, 2020
How Police In the U.S Can Violate Your Rights and Get Away With It
In 2010, officer Terence Garrison unleashed his dog on a homeless man named Christopher Maney who Garrison thought was engaging in...
Aug 6, 2020
Can the U.S government make its citizens wear masks?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, over twenty states have issued mask mandates for citizens in public areas. The question is: Are these mask...
Jul 30, 2020
What is American Constitutional law?
Constitutional law is America's bedrock. It covers almost every legal aspect in America ranging from criminal to real estate law. This is...