“The 13th Amendment to the Constitution, which, people believe, ended slavery, actually didn’t. There’s a little caveat in that amendment saying ‘except for people convicted of a crime,'” IWOC’s Jim Lo Duca told RT America during a Monday interview, in reference to the amendment’s clause dictating that the prohibition on slavery and involuntary servitude does not apply to those being punished for a crime. “Legally, prisoners are still slaves, just like before the Civil War, and they’re treated as such.
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Why are people down rating TikTok on app stores?There are a few reasons behind down rating TikTok on both Google Play and Apple App Store, the first being an anti China sentiment which has been growing with the spread of COVID 19. Although TikTok was already facing flak for different reasons, the big catalyst was a video by a popular TikTok creator Faizal Siddiqui. In the video, Siddiqui seemed to glorify acid attacks on women.
Lung cancer kills more than 1.7 million people globally each year. Dr. Roy Herbst of the Yale Cancer Center led a study of Tagrisso in 682 patients with the most common form of the disease. James contends the Crimson Tide has lifted “ideas, concepts and format” from a program on “Uninterrupted,” the digital media platform the three time NBA champion co founded with business partner Maverick Carter.Last year, “Uninterrupted” aired “The Shop” a forum where James, Golden State forward Draymond Green, retired player Charles Oakley and others have conversations while getting their hair cut in a barber shop.Alabama recently released a trailer on Twitter for “Shop Talk” that shows Tide coach Nick Saban and former Alabama star wide receiver Julio Jones in a barber shop setting.In the letter, which was obtained by The , Josh Tarnow, the head of business and legal affairs for “Uninterrupted”, tells Alabama he would prefer not getting into a “battle of legal letters” with the school and asks for a copy of the first “Shop Talk” episode to be sent for a review. Tarnow hopes the sides can “address Uninterrupted’s concerns amicably.”A school spokeswoman told the AP that Alabama is “in the midst of reviewing this matter, which just came to our attention this morning.”Although James is a huge Ohio State fan, he has attended Alabama games in the past. And every year Alabama has won the national championship since 2010, James has captured an NBA title.