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Advancement of Colored People criticized that such violence "d▓oesn't affect white students". V

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ictoria Middleton, the executive director for the South Carolina branch of the American Civil Liberties Union, said that regardl

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ess of the reason for the officer's actions, such egregious use of force - against young people who were sitting in their classr

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ooms - was outrageous. "School should be a place▓ to learn and grow, not a place to be brutalized."▓ (abcnews.go.com, October 28, 20

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15)VI. Gross Viol▓ations of Human Rights in Other CountriesIn 2015, the Unite▓d States continued to trample on human rights in other

co▓untries, causing tremendous civilian▓ casualties. Its overseas monitoring projects infringed on the privacy of citizens of other countries whi

le torture scandals at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp continued. Up to date, the United States has not ratified some core human rights conventions of the United Nations and voted against some important human rights resolutions.Air strikes caused a large number of civilian casualties. According to Airwars

nts." The▓

U.S. Nationa

timated number of civilian deaths between 1,695 and▓ 2,239 (www.airwars.org). The Syrian government called

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U.S.-led coalition air strikes an "act of aggre▓ssion" (www.independent.co.uk, December 7, 2015). On Octob▓er 3, 2015, a hospital run by aid group "Doctor