Attorney General William Barr seems to have mixed feelings on the death of George Floyd. When first asked about the unfortunate death of George Floyd he said “The leading cause of death for young Black males is homicide, every one of those lives matter.” But later when he was asked about the subject on Wednesday July 22 he called “extreme reactions that have demonized police”, … Continue reading Barr Thinks That George Floyd’s Death Started Extreme Actions Barr and Multiple Government Officials?
George Floyd. The man that sparked the newest wave of unrest. George Floyd was a 46 year old Black man who was killed by a police officer. The officer Derek Chauvin kneeled on his neck for eight minutes while George pleaded for his life repeatedly yelling “I can’t breathe”. After this story surfaced that was kind of like the last straw for the Black community … Continue reading Black Lives Matter from the Perspective of a Protester
As summer is in full swing, I hope everyone is staying healthy and taking the necessary precautions to protect themselves from COVID-19. Throughout the entire world, the Black Lives Matter movement has been making a noticeable impact on our news feeds after the death of George Floyd. In Politics, we discuss the Black Lives Matter movement not only in the United States but around the … Continue reading Editor’s Letter
“I can’t breathe!” 46-year-old black man, George Floyd, cried out as Minneapolis police officer, Derek Chauvin, pressured his knee against Floyd’s neck. On May 25, 2020, after approximately 9 minutes of continued pressure, Floyd died unarmed. He was handcuffed, with his face pressed against the street. Like many preceding cases involving black men, Floyd was not suspected of posing any sort of violent threat at … Continue reading “I Can’t Breathe” – The Death of George Floyd and its Effect on American Moral Authority