Lucid and powerful analysis by Trevor Noah on George Floyd, Amy Cooper, Ahmaud Arbery and the banality of structural racism in US today against the backdrop of Covid-19 and widespread protests across the country.
The New York Times has reconstructed how George Floyd was killed in 8 minutes and 46 seconds of police custody.
‘She is abusing her power to such an extraordinary degree’, op-ed in Now This by author and activist Baratunde Thurston breaking down the Amy Cooper Central Park incident and what it says about the power of white supremacy.
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Millions of people have watched George Floyd being killed in policy custody. No altercation, no shouting, a knee on the neck, a man saying ‘i can’t breath’ and then silence. All lasted 8 minutes and 46 seconds. The banality and lethality of structural racism.