America rages, reels, mourns. Police riot. A fascist clown bullies and blurts, "MAGA loves the black people." Still, slivers of light appear. Cops join protesters, white women lock arms to shield black compatriots from brutality - "This is what you do with your privilege" - William Barber urges we listen to the country's wounds, which "tell us where to look for hope." And Keedron Bryant, 12, sings a searing song of what it's like: "I’m a young black man/ doing all that I can/ to stand..."
"Do I think this has solved the issue between police and unarmed black, human beings? No. But I do believe that this type of leadership is a positive step in the right direction and gives me hope for black men and women around the world and for all of humanity."
"Our most vulnerable communities are hungry, desperate and under enormous...
Driving SUVs into demonstrators. Firing paint-ball rounds at people on their...
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