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Virginia is the first state to sign a law banning no-knock warrants since the murder of Breonna Taylor. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam stressed that this law is not anti-police but instead, it is pro-people. Kudos to Virginia taking a necessary step.
As off now, we are still waiting on the officers who shot and killed Breonna Taylor to be arrested. A Grand Jury is currently meeting to determine their fate but at least the family has been compensated via a settlement of $12 Million.
You never know who you are running up on. I personally hate to see anyone get shot and this is incredibly sad that we have to live like this but this man had to protect his family. This is the definition of being alert and aware of your surroundings.
To constantly see Black people murdered on video can't be good for anyone. To constantly see these murders being committed by trained police officers is also disheartening.
Most people have experienced a racist person but this Asian man takes the cake. The Asian man admits to being a racist and then proceeds to tell the Black, "This is a no nigg*r zone." The audacity of some of these people is quite astounding.
2020 has presented an entire new form of crazy to the world. Imagine being on a flight with a White guy who refuses to stop saying the word ni**ger repeatedly. The guy in this video is obviously not well mentally and of course the chaos ensues because he won't let it go.
You have to love educated people. This gentlemen in this Tik Tok video took a few seconds to break down why White people asking how come they can't have White pride while Black people can say Black pride or Black power without it being considered racist.
How many times have we witnessed on camera some Black person being shot and killed by an officer for running away, selling CD's, sitting in car, or just being Black? That is a rhetorical question of course.
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A Black police officer from Portland shared his sentiments about working during the protests in Portland. He describes several instances where he would try to have conversations with Black protesters but somehow a White protester would step in and try to block those conversations.
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