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New Orleans Has Begun Taking Down Its Confederate Monuments

A statue commemorating the Battle of Liberty Place, built to honor individuals who killed members of the city’s integrated police department, was removed early Monday morning.

Bring It Down: New Orleans Tears Down The Oppressive Obelisk Known As Liberty Place Monument

Liberty Monument Torn Down By The City Of New Orleans This morning, the city of New Orleans began its effort to remove the remnants of racism from the public eye. According to ABCNews, the confederate treasure known as the

NEW ORLEANS: Police Snipers Guard Armored City Workers As They Remove Four Confederate Monuments

2 days agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God. reports: Efforts to remove four Confederate monuments commenced early Monday morning (April 24), as crews and police gathered around the Battle of Liberty Place monument downtown around 2 a.m. to begin dismantling the first of four statues eyed for removal by the city. Show More Summary

Liberty Place Monument in New Orleans Gone

There were hints yesterday that the city of New Orleans would begin the process of removing four controversial monuments overnight. These rumors proved to be true. Over night workers removed […]

Letters: Protect civil liberties

UC Berkeley’s claim that it can’t provide security for Ann Coulter is an embarrassment, in two ways. First, when the threat of violence prevents the expression of free speech, the school and the city fail to protect one of our most basic constitutional rights. They have been taken over by what amounts to a fascist […]

Miami to Rename Street ‘Moonlight Way’ in Honor of the Oscar-Winning Film

6 days agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Miami-Dade Commissioners are honoring the Oscar-winning gay drama Moonlight by naming a street in Liberty City “Moonlight Way”. The Miami New Times reports: “This movie — at least what I got from it — really depicts the life of how… Read The post Miami to Rename Street ‘Moonlight Way’ in Honor of the Oscar-Winning Film appeared first on Towleroad.

Miami Renames Street In Honor Of “Moonlight”

6 days agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

The Oscar-winning film has a history with Liberty City.

Miami Street to Be Renamed After 'Moonlight'

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Liberty City's Northwest 22nd Avenue will celebrate Barry Jenkins' directorial achivements.

Miami-Dade County To Honor 'Moonlight' Creators With Renaming Of Local Street

Miami-Dade County is celebrating “Moonlight” and the impact of its creators with the renaming of a street in their hometown. Commissioners announced Tuesday that they would rename a stretch of NW 22nd Avenue in Miami’s Liberty City neighborhood “Moonlight Way,” according to the Miami New Times. Show More Summary

Miami’s Liberty City Neighborhood Is Renaming a Street After Moonlight

Moonlight’s director Barry Jenkins has spoken at length about how growing up in the Miami neighborhood of Liberty City inspired the making of the film. “We’re two boys from Liberty City, representing the 305,” writer Tarell Alvin McCraney said, standing next to Jenkins, while accepting the Oscar for Best Adapted screenplay. Show More Summary

The Trump Resistance: A Progress Report

Saturday was mild and cloudy in Philadelphia—good marching weather for the thousands of anti-Trump protestors who gathered at City Hall and made their way down Market Street to Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. The atmosphere was upbeat—festive, almost. Show More Summary

ACLU, residents criticize new city drug ordinance

The West Virginia chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union and city residents have expressed concern over a new Weirton ordinance that creates a criminal charge for those under the … Click to Continue »

ACLU Named Grand Marshal Of New York City Pride

3 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Via press release: NYC Pride announced today its four Grand Marshals scheduled to lead the 48th NYC Pride March on Sunday, June 25, 2017. The American Civil Liberties Union, Brooke Guinan, Krishna Stone, and Geng Le will lead this year’s critical demonstration of LGBT Pride and protest. Show More Summary

The 10,000-year-old East Coast Grand Canyon 100 miles from NYC

The East Coast has its own Grand Canyon-like natural wonder - just 100 miles southeast of Lady Liberty in New York City. And the mile-deep Hudson Canyon brims with biodiversity, but it is at risk of being exploited for oil and gas exploration. Show More Summary

Tina Fey to White, Female Donald Trump Voters: Look at What You Did!

Tina Fey may very well be the funniest woman on the planet. But the beloved actress was not in a joking mood on Friday night. Speaking at the American Civil Liberties Union's Stand for Rights benefit in New York City, the former 30 Rock...Show More Summary

New York City is Making Its Citizens Safer By Overseeing Police Technology

Co-authored by Alyssa Derosa, clinic student, in the Liberty & National Security Program at the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law. The New York City Council recently introduced legislation aimed at increasing the transparency and accountability over the NYPD’s use of powerful new surveillance tools. Show More Summary

Everyone laughed at Adama Traore’s haircut during Swansea v Boro

Swansea v Boro Sunday’s first game in the Premier League was a relegation six-pointer at the Liberty Stadium, as Swansea City welcomed Middlesbrough to Wales. Boro started the day second bottom of the Premier League, while Swansea sit just above Hull, fourth bottom of the league. During the opening exchanges, one player demanded attention in […]

'People's Filibuster' turns out in 14 cities to urge that nominee Neil Gorsuch be rejected

Denver was one of 14 cities Saturday that held rallies under the rubric of a “People’s Filibuster.” Coordinated by The People’s Defense, a coalition of pro-democracy, civil liberties and civil rights groups, the events were dedicated to urging a rejection of right-wing extremist Supreme Court Justice nominee Neil Gorsuch. Show More Summary

GTA 5: here’s a look at how the Liberty City map modding project is coming along

The crew responsible for the OpenIV toolkit has provided a new look at its GTA 5 mod that adds Liberty City to the map. The team isn’t recreating the GTA 4 version of Liberty City, it’s just adding the map to GTA 5. But thanks to the OpenIV system, it will look lovely, of course. […]

Lego Worlds Review

Little Brick Planet We live in the age of the sandbox game. What started with Rockstar’s jaunt round Liberty City back in GTA3 has now blossomed out into almost the de-facto standard for video games, the open world. From the back of that we now have the creator-survival games; Minecraft, No Man’s Sky, Terraria, Day-Z. Show More Summary

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