Posts Tagged ‘philadelphia’

The Fight to End to Human Trafficking Continues

  • November 21, 2012
  • Tama Kudman
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    Deputy Attorney General James Cole met with Jada Pinkett Smith last week to discuss the department’s extensive efforts to end human trafficking.  Ms. Pinkett Smith founded the organization, Don’t Sell Bodies, to raise awareness about this global epidemic and advocate for victims of trafficking.

An End to Bullying & Equal Opportunities for All Students

  • October 31, 2012
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The following post appears courtesy of the Civil Rights Division. This October, in honor of National Bullying Prevention Month, communities across the country have come together to increase awareness about bullying prevention. The Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division stands firmly behind these efforts, and will continue to make the most of our resources and

A Message from the Attorney General on Constitution Day

  • September 17, 2012
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The following post appears courtesy of Attorney General Eric Holder. In the summer of 1787, delegates from every corner of our new country – united by common purpose and an unrelenting resolve – gathered in Philadelphia to draft a legal document that would establish the framework for a revolutionary system of government.  After four short