It’s been more than two years since Breonna Taylor and George Floyd died at the hands of police officers in the U.S.
The killing of the two unarmed African Americans sparked protests and calls for racial justice around the world. Recently, 10 Black people were killed allegedly by an 18-year-old White man in a Buffalo grocery store. In a manifesto, the shooter allegedly wrote that he believes Black people will replace White Americans. He has now been charged with 25 counts of murder and domestic terrorism.
Joining the discussion:
- Clarence Lusane is a professor & former Chairman of the Department of Political Science at Howard University.
- Cheryl Dorsey is a retired Los Angeles Police Department sergeant and author of “Black and Blue: The Creation of a Social Advocate.”
- Jacqueline Luqman is the co-host of By Any Means Necessary on Radio Sputnik.
- Joseph Williams is with us. He is a journalist and commentator.
"The Executive Order is, to put it kindly, pathetic, but that is not entirely Biden’s fault. It only applies to federal law enforcement, because those are the people under Biden’s direct control." —@ElieNYChttps://t.co/SxL5M2XDXc
— The Nation (@thenation) June 2, 2022
Breaking News: The man accused of the racist shooting at a Buffalo supermarket that left 10 Black residents dead was charged with a 25-count indictment, including murder charges as hate crimes and domestic terrorism. https://t.co/xGqoFpC7Jj
— The New York Times (@nytimes) June 1, 2022