A video of a handcuffed black man dying while a Minneapolis officer knelt on his neck for more than five minutes sparked a fresh furor in the US over police treatment of African Americans Tuesday. #GeorgeFloyd #BlackLivesMatter
As Washington D.C. weighs reopening, African Americans in the nation’s capital brace for the worst
@DrIbram says early media coverage of COVID-19 as "the great equalizer" missed how the disease exposed systemic racism. It became clear that "Latino Americans and African Americans and Native Americans in particular ... were disproportionately being infected and dying."
As Washington D.C. weighs reopening, African Americans in the nation's capital brace for the worst
Mpls. police have long struggled to improve its relations with members of the black community. City data show African Americans are more likely to be stopped and searched by police as well as be the disproportionate targets of police use of force
Four #Minneapolis police officers were fired Monday after the death of a handcuffed black man. Video of #GeorgeFloyd dying while an officer knelt on his neck for more than five minutes sparked outrage in the #US over police treatment of African Americans#RIPGeorgeFloyd
Anger as white woman reports black birdwatcher in Central Park to police: A video of a white woman calling the police about a black birdwatcher in New York's Central Park has gone viral, sparking anger about African Americans being falsely reported to…
“This President has done more for African Americans in this Country than any President since Lincoln.” @LouDobbs
Our criminal justice system is profoundly broken and has failed African Americans over and over again.