Most people don’t realize that the law is in place to protect the rights of each and every citizen. By familiarizing yourself with the law, you are better suited to protect yourself. Identifying criminal activity and standing up for your rights is the best way to become a better citizen and participate in criminal justice reform programs.
We live in a nation burdened by an unfortunate past. Today, the socially constructed notion of race remains one of the most prevalent and archaic means to construct a personal identity. More often than not, racist sentiments are frequented in the work place as one out of every three black Americans state that they have experienced discrimination first-hand within the last year. Know your rights and know that your employer