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Here's the first look at Derek Chauvin behind bars since he was sentenced for murdering George Floyd, and he looks ... well, sleepy with a... [Read More]
A Rochester, Minn., man who investigators said was caught on video pouring accelerant around a Minneapolis pawnshop and then setting it on fire in May... [Read More]
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The murder of George Floyd by a police officer in Minnesota in 2020 renewed an ongoing controversy about the role of policing, and Fontana resident... [Read More]
By Lila Watts and Laura Ly, CNN A statue of George Floyd that has been in Brooklyn's Flatbush neighborhood since Juneteenth will be moved on... [Read More]
A George Floyd statue is being moved from Brookyln to Manhattan once it's restored from vandalism. [Read More]
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The Cleveland Indians announced today that at the end of the season, they will become the Cleveland Guardians: Cleveland opted to change its name after... [Read More]
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For the first time, federal prosecutors have spelled out in court documents why they believe there simply is no legitimate legal comparison between Capitol insurrectionists... [Read More]
Lovelace said Friday morning that he may have an update later in the day. [Read More]
The "Summer of Protest: 2020" exhibition at Prama Art Space and Gallery in Parma opens tonight (6 to 9 p.m.) and runs through August 22.... [Read More]
Known as the Indians since 1915, Cleveland's Major League Baseball team will be called Guardians. ... [Read More]
In an attempt to respond to a volcanic eruption of discourse around systemic racism and police brutality, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce masqueraded in a... [Read More]
A farewell ceremony was held in Brooklyn for a statue of George Floyd that stood in Flatbush since Juneteenth. It was only scheduled to be... [Read More]
Since the new wave of race consciousness that has been sweeping our country, precipitated by the graphic video of the killing of George Floyd by... [Read More]
Last year's June 1 protest of George Floyd's killing was largely peaceful, but clashes after nightfall posed an unprecedented challenge for police, who could have... [Read More]
Frustrations are growing at the Minneapolis City Hall over a review of how the police department and the city handled the aftermath of the death... [Read More]
The death of George Floyd sparked a national conversation on public safety. Sasha Cotton and her staff in the Minneapolis Office of Violence Prevention are leading... [Read More]
George Floyd's May 25, 2020 murder summoned Americans to a long-overdue discussion on systemic racism, white privilege and racial inequity. That summons was issued again... [Read More]
A farewell ceremony was held in Brooklyn for a statue of George Floyd that stood in Flatbush since Juneteenth. ... [Read More]
One year after the George Floyd protests, the future of Minneapolis Police Department is still unclear, as the Defund movement collides with the reality of... [Read More]
In her new book "America on Fire," Hinton chronicles decades of Black protest, from 1960s Harlem all the way to George Floyd... [Read More]
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