‘Fifth Little Girl’ Injured In 1963 Church Bombing Seeks Restitution, Apology from State of Alabama

Sarah Collins Rudolph is seeking restitution from the state of Alabama more than 50 years after she was injured by a church bombing that killed her sister and three other Black girls. On Sept. 14, a group of lawyers from Jenner & Block LLP sent a letter to Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey requesting an apology and compensation for her ordeal. The law firm decided to represent Rudolph pro bono after a former partner heard her speak in South Carolina last year, according to The Washington Post. Sarah Collins Rudolph (above)…

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Cameroon: Decentralisation and Local Development – Nasla Now Takes Flesh

The titular Minister, Georges Elanga Obam, commissioned top authorities of the Institution last Friday in Buea amidst a host of anxious observers. Ten members of the Board of Directors, Mr. Mouthar Ousmane (Chairman), Mr. Tanyitiku Enohachuo Bayee (Director General) and Mrs. Ongolo Nyanguinda Lidwine (Deputy Director General) of the new National School of Local Administration (NASLA) have been officially commissioned to their functions. It is a pioneer team to manage the new NASLA created last 2 March, 2020, by decree of Head of State and President of the Republic, Paul…

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