We are protesting. All States have been put on notice. Now, what can States change in response?

My main focus as an attorney is discrimination. I have the opportunity to look under the hood of private businesses, local governments, state governments and the federal government when issues of discrimination arise. So that should qualify me to give advice on how to stop discrimination in the workplace and among the public. That should qualify me to train and inform police officers on how to stop treating African Americans differently when they are confronted with law enforcement. So if I was selected to conduct such a training, what would I do? What would I say? I thought about it and I don’t think I could say or do anything to change the situation. All it would do is give further protect

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We help individuals solve their legal employment law problems all the Northern Utah region including Utah County, Summit County, Salt Lake County, Davis County and Weber County. Brian K. Jackson was nominated by the American Institute of Legal Advocates as a Rising Star in the field of Employment Law in 2018 as well as "Lawyers of Distinction" in 2018 and 2019 and recognition as one of the Top 40 under 40 Employment law attorneys by the American Academy of Attorneys in 2018 and 2019 as well as the top 40 under 40 attorneys in employment law by the Association of American Trial Lawyers in 2018. The firm was selected as "10 Best Law Firm" for Utah in 2019. Brian K. Jackson was also expert recommended as one of the top 3 employment lawyers in Salt Lake City by threebestrated.com. Brian was selected by the National Trial Lawyers as a Top 40 under 40 lawyer in Utah in 2020.