Peltier May Get Parole Attorneys are hopeful that Leonard Peltier, a long-time activist in the American Indian Movement who has been incarcerated for the last 33 years, will be given parole at Tuesday’s court hearing. SF City Considers Sanctuary Proposal for Youth A new San Francisco City proposal would make it harder for ICE agents to arrest immigrant youth suspected of being undocumented. Former Employee Accuses NY Bank of Discrimination New York state’s Division on Civil Rights has given the green light to Paul Nathan, a former employee of the Bank of New York who accused the bank of discriminating against him based on his race and sexuality, to take the case to court.
Leonard Peltier May Be Freed Tuesday, and Other News
By The News Aug 18, 2009