But Yamauchi wrote that Canty didn't seem intimidated in the videos.
Of the 139 respondents in the SAFE study who said they experienced unwanted physical contact, only 37 had reported it (see graphic, below).Those who remained silent may have feared retaliation.A widely cited anonymous survey of anthropologists and other field scientists, called the SAFE study and published in July 2014 in , reported that 64% of the 666 respondents had experienced some sort of sexual harassment, from comments to physical contact, while doing fieldwork.Even a few years ago, the research assistant might not even have aired her complaint, as few women—or men—felt emboldened to speak out about harassment. Canty argued that black people are "being exterminated at an alarming rate" in the U. and included examples such as the shooting of Michael Brown in Missouri and the death of Eric Garner in New York City at the hands of police.
citizen has been denied asylum in Vancouver after asking Canada's Immigration and Refugee Board to grant him refugee status because he feared police in his home country would kill him because he's black. C.'s Lower Mainland in early September 2015, telling border agents that he was just visiting, but once in Vancouver he decided to apply to remain as a refugee.It looks like we don't have any External Sites for this title yet. Just click the "Edit page" button at the bottom of the page or learn more in the External Sites submission guide.WILLIAMSBURG – A James City County man accused of raping a female College of William and Mary student had the charge certified Thursday to the grand jury following tearful testimony from the woman, but it came following a contentious start to the preliminary hearing in Williamsburg-James City County General District Court.Judge Colleen Killilea found probable cause to send the case to Williamsburg-James City County Circuit Court. After being named "Standout Officer of the Month" three times, Williamsburg Police Department Investigator Sean Hughes received a 2016 Top Cop award on Oct. The Greater Hampton Roads Crime Lines recognized Hughes at...There, a grand jury will convene May 19 and if it finds sufficient evidence, the case will then go to trial in circuit court. A Williamsburg man who worked as a custodian at the College of William and Mary was acquitted of sexual battery charges this week, according to online court records. Bartlett, 53, was found not guilty Thursday of sexual battery,..."I find that the claimant is not a Convention refugee in that he does not have a well-founded fear of persecution for a Convention ground in the United States of America," wrote the refugee board's Ron Yamauchi in his decision.