Electrolyte imbalances. Electrolytes are chemicals such as sodium and potassium. They help your body keep the right amount of fluid in your blood vessels and organs. This fall, Giant and Stop Shop in New England began carrying the label. Similar labels such as “Food Justice Certified,” which expands farm worker protections to organic products, are also beginning to crop up from New York to California.Such sourcing clues can be a powerful initiative, experts say, given that the labels tap directly into a US consumer base that has begun to turn once routine shopping decisions into moral guideposts.”The label allows personal judgment: What are you willing to tolerate and what are you willing to ignore?” says Mr. Molloy.
Clyde wanted to prove who was boss, rather than exercising appropriate caution. Clyde was only 23 and Bonnie 22, so their fatalism was tempered by their youth. “Someday” for them was always a long way away.. “He’s going to see that [Dolan] lied and he took up for [Dolan] without seeing the tape,” Oakley said. “It’s evidence to show you. Like I told you, I was in my seat the whole time.
Photograph: Ringo HW Chiu/APThe four Minneapolis officers involved in the killing of George Floyd were swiftly fired after footage of his death went viral.But that doesn’t mean they’re permanently losing their badges. Officers in the US are frequently rehired after their termination for misconduct, a problem that experts say increases the likelihood of abuse and killings by police.Despite the decision on Tuesday to fire the policeman who knelt on Floyd’s neck for nine minutes, along with three other officers at the scene, it’s uncertain if the officers will face long term repercussions.On the contrary, some civil rights advocates warn the men could ultimately avoid legal and financial consequences, continue working in other police departments or even win back their positions.That’s how policing works across America, researchers and activists said, and it’s a process that can drag victims’ families through years of court proceedings and media attention, with minimal relief at the end.The officers are afforded every opportunity to clear their name and regain everything they lost”The officers are afforded every opportunity to clear their name and regain everything they lost their reputation, their status and their jobs,” said , a California lawyer who represents police brutality victims. “The family has to endure disappointment after disappointment.”Floyd’s death on Monday, now under FBI investigation, was the latest example of a black American dying at the hands of a white police officer.Footage captured Derek Chauvin, an officer, kneeling on top of Floyd, 46, as he lay on the ground shouting “I cannot breathe” and “Don’t kill me!” until he became motionless.