As the nation focuses on the death of Daunte Wright and the trial of Derek Chauvin, the Biden administration is promising change. The president and two cabinet members vowed to make economic and criminal justice reforms that benefit Black Americans. Attorney General Merrick Garland said the Justice Department will crack down on police misconduct. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said her department is working to close the wealth and job disparities affecting Black Americans.
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After initially getting away from police, a Racine teenager who allegedly sped away from officers and nearly caused a car crash was arrested at the Walgreens on North Memorial Drive on Wednesday.
According to a press release from the county, a total of $306,190 was given to Styberg to allow for the recruitment, training and on-the-job coaching to about 25 trainees. The trainees will primarily come from underserved populations.