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The bronze memorial to Colston was torn down amid worldwide Black Lives Matter protests triggered by the death of George Floyd. Mr Floyd died after a white police officer held him down by pressing his knee into his neck for almost nine minutes in Minneapolis on May 25

INBOX: Civil rights attorney Ben Crump, attorney Antonio Romanucci, attorney L. Chris Stewart and other co-counsel on behalf of the family of George Floyd today filed a civil lawsuit against the City of Minneapolis and the four officers involved in Mr. Floyd’s death.

One month ago today. George Floyd. Murdered. Lynched by a cop’s knee w/ a lynch mob of cops looking on. His little girl was right:’“My daddy changed the world!” Now it’s up 2 us 2 make that happen, to transform a broken country & ensure the sacrifice Mr. Floyd made wasn’t in vain

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So the @WSJopinion  published this the other day: "The country also wants firm but empathetic leadership after the death of George Floyd, but Mr. Trump offers combative tweets that inflame."

One month has passed since the killing of George Floyd. We owe it to Mr. Floyd—& all the other Black & Brown lives stolen by racism & injustice in this country—to bring real justice & accountability to policing. @SenateDems  are ready to work across the aisle to make that happen.

“Mr. George Floyd’s tragic death was not due to a lack of training — the training was there,” Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said. “This was murder — it wasn’t a lack of training...."

"Mr. George Floyd’s tragic death was not due to a lack of training—the training was there. Chauvin knew what he was doing."

“Mr. Trump made no reference to the Tulsa massacre of 1921 or to George Floyd, whose death at the hands of a white police officer in Minneapolis last month spurred global demands for racial justice.” Almost two hour speech.

"In rambling, grievance-filled remarks, Mr. #Trump  made no reference to the Tulsa massacre of 1921 or to George Floyd, whose death at the hands of a white police officer in Minneapolis last month spurred global demands for racial justice." #TulsaRally 

“The brutal murder of George Floyd by a white police officer who ignored Mr. Floyd’s pleas for mercy exposes pervasive and profound human development challenges in the [U.S.].” Read@fhi360 ’s @PfineFine’s message regarding current events in the U.S.

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1. I am looking at the same videos as everyone else.  First, this looks nothing like the George Floyd case, which was an obvious killing.  Mr. Floyd was on the ground, face down, handcuffed, pleading for his life.  The Rayshard Brooks situation is nothing like that.

"If Black lives matter as much as white lives, Mr. George Floyd would still be breathing." @RepAlGreen  is calling for a war on racism because #BlackLivesMatter .

*NEW COLUMN* He failed to protect America from COVID-19, now a cowardly President fuels the fires & fiddles in his bunker as America burns with rage at George Floyd’s despicable murder by police – shame on you, Mr Trump.

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Maurice Gordon, 28, was shot by a white officer after a traffic stop on the Garden State Parkway, 2 days before the death of George Floyd in police custody. “I just need answers: Why did they kill my son?” Mr. Gordon's mother said on Monday.

George Floyd must not have died in vain. Mr. Floyd’s killing must be a moment in which this nation actually learned and grew and progressed to make this place a better place.

‘If Black lives mattered as much as white lives Mr. George Floyd would still be breathing. If Black lives mattered as much as white lives Ahmaud Arbery would have finished his jog.’ — @RepAlGreen 

‘If Black lives mattered as much as white lives Mr. George Floyd would still be breathing. If Black lives mattered as much as white lives Ahmaud Arbery would have finished his jog.’ — @RepAlGreen 

Your country is in utter chaos Mr President@realDonaldTrump  & the world is looking on in horror. You’re supposed to be America’s healer in such moments, not its agitant. So show some damn EMPATHY with those feeling understandable rage & pain at George Floyd’s sickening murder.

"I am absolutely, devastatingly sorry for their loss. If I could do anything to bring Mr. Floyd back, I would do that. I would move heaven and Earth to do that." Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo addresses the family of George Floyd live on CNN.

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