At the Federal level, the NAACP is in strong support of the provisions in H.R. 7120, the “George Floyd Justice in Policing Act." Among other things, the legislation holds all law enforcement officials accountable for their actions, ends "qualified immunity" for police officers, ends racial and religious profiling, empowers our communities, establishes uniform policies for the use of force, mandates data collection on police encounters, bans chokeholds and "no knock" warrants, limits military equipment on American streets, requires body-worn cameras and classifies lynching as a hate crime, therefore making it open to Federal resources for investigations and prosecutions.
Police reform legislation is scheduled to be considered in both the U.S. House and the U.S. Senate next week.
Action is needed-contact our U. S. Senators, Lindsay Graham & Tim Scott and U. S. Congressman, William Timmons. TAKE ACTION. FOLLOW THIS LINK-
The SC Election Commission: Greenville has a shortage of poll workers for registering to vote and absentee ballots (all voters can vote absentee in the June primaries and runoffs). Poll managers are paid at least $165 and will also receive special Covid-19 training on applying social distancing and maintaining sanitary conditions in the polling place. Training will be provided online when possible and small-group, socially-distanced training when necessary. Election officials will provide PPE equipment. Check-in stations & voting equipment will be spaced at least six feet apart. If you can work call 864-467-7250.
South Carolina FBI Jobs are available. Visit - https://apply.fbijobs.gov
BellFlex in Mauldin - Operator Job opening in Piedmont; hours would be Mon - Fri 7am - 3pm with no weekends or holidays.
Sloan Construction Jobs are available
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