Black men reflect on Chauvin verdict
Black men in Harlem discuss their alarming interactions with the NYPD and express that this victory, although crucial, is fleeting, when much more remains to be done. "
I have a Black son: Here is how I will explain the George Floyd verdict to him someday
I will encourage him to remain his authentic, true Black self.
New Yorkers react to Chauvin verdict
Some New Yorkers react with shock, relief, and cautious optimism.
Derek Chauvin convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd
After a gut wrenching trial and 10 hours of deliberations, former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, 45, was found guilty […]
Black men, despite political and religious views, feel pain of racism and cling to hope
“Taking care of myself is in itself an act of resistance.”
Asian Americans struggle to find their place in a Black and white world
When the murder of George Floyd inspired nationwide protests over the summer Asian Americans felt a call to action that overrode cultural norms that discourage complaining and speaking out.
D.C. black owned business thriving as consumers look to “buy black”
During the month of June there have been more searches for black-owned businesses throughout the country.
Artists share virtual support for Black Lives Matter protests
Created both by amateurs and professionals, a vast collection of artworks rapidly spread on social media with hashtags such as #blacklivesmatter, #georgefloyd, #icantbreathe, #saytheirnames and #BLM.
Protestors gather at 6 a.m. to fight for racial justice
Protestors gathered in the West Village at sunrise.
Inside CHAZ, Seattle’s Autonomous Zone
After two weeks of clashes between police and protestors throughout the city, Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best said law enforcement officers boarded up and left the East Precinct in "an exercise in trust and deescalation.”