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Iowa law enforcement officials have arrested and charged four white people in connection with the murder of Michael Williams, a Black Grinnell resident. They say there is currently no evidence that the crime was racially motivated.
Two Iowa women signed themselves up to compile a list of every Latino-owned business in the state.
Most of the operation's activity focused on Chinese interests in the South China Sea but also included some content about U.S. politics.
The performance was part of a virtual voter turnout event hosted by former first lady Michelle Obama and the nonprofit "When We All Vote."
He died in April after being handcuffed and held face-down in a garage with two plastic emergency blankets and a "spit sock hood" over his head.
"The timing seemed perfect as NASCAR is evolving and embracing social change more and more," says Michael Jordan, the basketball icon and majority owner of the Charlotte Hornets NBA franchise said.
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