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Added on: 19 December 2014, 10:08 pm
Wholesale Clothing Waukegan Woman Attempts To Trademark The Phrase ‘I Can’t Breathe’ Those three words have become a rallying cry for protests across the country. A north suburban woman says those words should belong to her, CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports.

Added on: 19 December 2014, 10:08 pm
Wholesale Clothing Woman wins discrimination lawsuit against woman fired over IVF procedure A jury has ruled in favor of an Ft. Wayne woman who said the Catholic Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend discriminated against her, just because she was trying to have a child.

Added on: 19 December 2014, 3:05 pm
Wholesale Clothing Illinois Woman Trying To Trademark "I Can't Breathe" For Hoodies, T-Shirts An Illinois woman has registered to trademark "I Can't Breathe," the last words of Eric Garner , the man who was placed into a fatal chokehold by an NYPD officer last summer. According to The Smoking Gun , 57-year-old Catherine Crump has petitioned the United States Patent and Trademark Office to register the phrase "for use on hoodies and t-shirts for men, women, boys, girls, and infants ...

Added on: 19 December 2014, 2:17 pm
Wholesale Clothing Waukegan woman wants trademark for 'I Can't Breathe' A Waukegan woman has filed a trademark application for the phrase "I Can't Breathe," words that have become a national rallying cry for civil rights and racial justice in the wake of cases involving the deaths of unarmed black men during encounters with police.

Added on: 19 December 2014, 1:29 pm
Wholesale Clothing Waukegan woman seeks to trademark 'I can't breathe' A Chicago-area woman is trying to trademark the dying of words of Eric Garner. When Eric Garner died in a police officer's chokehold in July, his final words, captured on camera, were “I can’t breathe.” The words have become a national protest slogan. Many athletes, including Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose, have worn the phrase on t-shirts before games to express solidarity with the anti-police ...
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