Lawyer: 150 Minneapolis cops seek disability

An attorney says at least 150 Minneapolis police officers are filing work-related disability claims after the death of George Floyd and ensuing unrest, with many citing post-traumatic stress disorders (July 10)

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AP reporter discusses new transcripts in Floyd case

The transcripts for body camera videos of officers in George Floyd’s death were made public Wednesday. Associated Press’ Amy Forliti, who has been covering the case since the beginning, says they provide more details of Floyd’s last moments. (July 7)

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Esper defends using National Guard during protests

Testifying on Capitol Hill, defense chief Mark Esper defended using National Guard soldiers to support law enforcement agencies in handling civil unrest triggered by the killing of George Floyd. (July 9)

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Trump photo-op spotlights church’s legacy

The support for equal rights and community engagement that has guided Washington’s “Church of Presidents” for decades continues today, as St. John’s again finds itself amid an American awakening over racial injustice following George Floyd’s killing. (July 9)

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Uruguayans join anti-racism protests with traditional music | AFP

Afro-Uruguayans and other minorities demonstrate in Montevideo to denounce racism and in memory of George Floyd, killed by a policeman in the United States, as music groups play the traditional African-derived candombe rhythm.

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Mississippi Towns Want Justice for Their Victims of Police Brutality

Protests over George Floyd’s death are reaching small towns in America. In Petal, Mississippi, people are calling for justice for Marc Davis, a black man who was killed in 2017 when Petal police officers responding to a car crash.

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City advances plan to dismantle Minneapolis police

The Minneapolis City Council has unanimously voted to advance a plan that could one day do away with the city’s police department, following the killing of George Floyd. (June 26)

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Minneapolis: People march to mark month since Floyd’s death | AFP

People march in the streets of Minneapolis to mark a month after the death of George Floyd and to protest against the president of the police union, Bob Kroll.

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House Democrats approve US policing overhaul

House Democrats approved a far-reaching police overhaul Thursday, a vote heavy with emotion and symbolism as a divided Congress struggles to address the global outcry over the deaths of George Floyd and other Black Americans. (June 25)

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Images of George Floyd memorial site one month after his death | AFP

People return to the memorial at the site of the arrest of George Floyd outside Cup Foods in Minneapolis, one month after his death while in police custody. Floyd’s death sparked protests about police brutality and racial inequality around the world. IMAGES

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House Democrats push toward policing vote

After the collapse of a policing overhaul in the Senate, House Democrats returned to Washington to vote on their sweeping proposal to address the global outcry over the death of George Floyd and other Black Americans. (June 25)

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SURVEILLANCE PANDEMIC: Edward Snowden and Naomi Klein Discuss The Creeping Surveillance State.

Spy planes, helicopters, and drones surveilled hundreds of thousands of Americans as they took to the streets to protest police brutality and the killing of George Floyd. Meanwhile, a series of surveillance startups are using the coronavirus pandemic to track people, analyze outbreaks, and otherwise attempt to legitimize their technology.⁠

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, author and The Intercept senior correspondent Naomi Klein, Mijente campaign organizer Jacinta González, and Motherboard staff writer Edward Ongweso Jr. discuss how technology is used against Black Lives Matters protesters, undocumented immigrants, and Black and brown communities more broadly.⁠

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Funeral for Rayshard Brooks underway in Atlanta | AFP

The wife of Rayshard Brooks, Tomika Miller, is seen mourning with her daughter on her lap at the funeral service held in Atlanta for her late husband, who was shot by police. Rayshard Brooks’ shooting came less than three weeks after a Minneapolis police officer’s killing of handcuffed African American George Floyd on May 25 fuelled a national uproar over racism and police brutality. IMAGES

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French interior minister “shocked” by ‘anti-police violence’ mural near Paris | AFP

“This mural shocks me,” says French interior minister Christophe Castaner, referring to a mural “against racism and police violence” depicting the faces of George Floyd and Adama Traoré. It is an “amalgam”, adds Castaner, in response to a question from the left-wing opposition in the National Assembly. SOUNDBITE

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Trump to issue Exec. Order to protect monuments

President Donald Trump said Tuesday he’ll issue an executive order to protect monuments that are coming under new scrutiny as America wrestles with racism during the unrest sparked by the police killing of George Floyd. (June 23)

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Black Lives Matter protesters march through downtown Boston | AFP

As nationwide demonstrations calling for racial justice continue to sweep the United States in the wake of George Floyd’s death, protesters march through Boston.

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Black-owned eateries buoyed by grassroots support since virus hit | AFP

Black-owned eateries in Washington, DC, are trying to hold on as the they face massive drops in business during the coronavirus pandemic. But in recent weeks, as the nation has focused on race issues in the wake of the killing of unarmed black man George Floyd in police custody, there has been an explosion of solidarity and support from activists, as well as social media and commercial campaigns, to support African-American restaurant owners.

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Virginia’s Confederate statues reopen US slavery wounds | AFP

As protesters across the US call for Confederate statues to be torn down in the wake of George Floyd’s death, AFPTV travels to Virginia, home to the largest collection of Confederate emblems in the country, with 18 historical monuments scattered across 10 cities.

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UN’s top human rights body adopts resolution condemning structural racism and police brutality | AFP

The UN’s top human rights body adopts a resolution condemning structural racism and police brutality, after the text was revised to remove specific mention of the United States. The UN Human Rights Council’s 47 members approved by consensus the revised version of the resolution, which was initially presented by African countries for an urgent council debate, called following the death of George Floyd in US police custody. IMAGES

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Juneteenth Explained

This year’s Juneteenth has taken on an additional significance after the killings of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and Ahmaud Arbery reignited the fight for Black American equality. But of course, Juneteenth’s history stretches back through several presidencies and generations of systemic racism against African Americans.

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Racial justice protests boost Juneteenth holiday

Juneteenth, which commemorates the end of slavery in the U.S., is gaining new prominence this year amid racial justice protests sparked by the death of George Floyd while in police custody, according to Jesse Holland of George Washington University. (June 18)

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Kevin Bacon is ‘hopeful’ there will be changes in systematic racism

While promoting his new film “You Should Have Left,” actor Kevin Bacon said he was optimistic changes in police brutality and systematic racism will come following worldwide protests after the death of George Floyd by a Minnesota police officer. Bacon also says while he enjoys On Demand capabilities, he can’t wait until theaters open back up. (June 18)

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