The campaign for racial justice and demands for police reform in the U.S. have taken another deadly turn.
An African American man, Rayshard Brooks, was shot and killed Friday night after authorities say he tried to flee an arrest attempt by two white police officers.
That has led to more outrage as thousands continue to demonstrate for justice.
And Ilyasah Shabazz, the daughter of the late civil rights activist Malcolm X, discusses calls for racial justice.
- Todd Belt, professor and director of George Washington University’s Political Management program.
- Rashad Richey, radio talk show host, “The Rashad Richey Morning Show”
- Jadan Horyn, contributor, Metropolitan Magazine and a conservative commentator
The U.N. Human Rights Council will hold an urgent debate on allegations of 'systemic racism, police brutality and violence against peaceful protests' in the United State https://t.co/Tn00Q5T974
— Reuters (@Reuters) June 15, 2020
The death of 27-year-old Rayshard Brooks at the hands of police reignited protests Saturday night in Atlanta, where hundreds blocked a major interstate, a fast-food restaurant was set ablaze and authorities responded with tear gas. https://t.co/bvS8nQfHu3
— CNN (@CNN) June 14, 2020
“I can never get my husband back. I can never get my best friend”: Rayshard Brooks' widow Tomika Miller speaks out after he was shot to death by an Atlanta police officer and asks that protests remain peaceful to “keep his name positive and great” https://t.co/ix1RbE80tt pic.twitter.com/D91lsPXgnn
— CBS News (@CBSNews) June 15, 2020