It has been a year since George Floyd was murdered by a police officer high on impunity and perceived civic immunity. In the time between Floyd’s funeral and his killer’s murder trial, we’ve had a year to think about what kind of country we want to be.
President Joe Biden, along with countless of his fellow citizens and world leaders, hailed the guilty verdicts in the Derek Chauvin case: “This can be a giant step forward in the march toward justice in America,” he said.
Days after her father was murdered by police, George Floyd’s 6-year-old daughter proclaimed that her “daddy changed the world.” Oh, how we wish that were true. In the immediate aftermath of Floyd’s death, Gianna saw hundreds of thousands of people of every
The Justice Department on Friday issued a withering critique of Minneapolis police, alleging that they systematically discriminated against racial minorities, violated constitutional rights and disregarded the safety of people in custody for years before George Floyd was killed. The report was the result of a sweeping two-year
Three years after the gruesome killing of Black American, George Floyd, in Minneapolis when police officer Derek Chauvin placed his knee for nine minutes on Floyd even as he was pleading that he was not able to breathe, the United States Department of Justice (DoJ) had released a report which was ordered then.
Reality TV personality and model Kendall Jenner has denied using an edited image during the Black Lives Matter protests.
George Clooney has penned an essay about the fight against systemic racism following the death of George Floyd, saying that racism is the "greatest pandemic" of the US, and there hasn't been a "vaccine."
Hardly has the anger sparked by the recent death of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man who pleaded for air as a white police officer pressed his knee against his neck for several minutes died down,
This year, in the height of a global pandemic, something else unprecedented happened. After the violent police murder of black civilian George Floyd, America’s biggest protests since the civil rights era swept not only the country but the globe.
As Republican-led states ramp up their attacks on diversity, equity and inclusion in education, corporate America’s values are being tested. Finally. For far too long, businesses have avoided denouncing policies that silence marginalised communities, preferring instead to strike a nonpartisan pose for fear of angering stakeholders.