Derek Chauvin treated George Floyd with “particular cruelty” during his fatal May 2020 arrest, the judge who presided over the former Minneapolis cop’s trial said in a new ruling.
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George Floyd’s Family Will Receive $27 Million Settlement From Minneapolis
On Friday, Minneapolis agreed to pay a $27 million settlement in a civil lawsuit filed against the city by George Floyd’s family over his death.
BUBBA WALLACE ON WHY NASCAR’S CONFEDERATE FLAG BAN IS A ‘PIVOTAL MOMENT’
NASCAR dropped a bomb on some members of its huge fanbase on June 10th when it announced that the Confederate flag would be banned from all future events. Continue reading BUBBA WALLACE ON WHY NASCAR’S CONFEDERATE FLAG BAN IS A ‘PIVOTAL MOMENT’
3 Black Photographers on Capturing the George Floyd Protests
WHEN PROTESTS ERUPTED around the world after the death of George Floyd, who died in the custody of Minneapolis police, the threat of a global pandemic calmly took a backseat as a rush of justifiable rage against ongoing racial injustice flowed through all 50 American states and several countries around the world. As protesters took to the streets, it became imperative that black photographers, specifically, capture this moment. Continue reading 3 Black Photographers on Capturing the George Floyd Protests
Jordan Brand Is Donating $100 Million In Support of Black Communities
In addition to Nike’s joint $40 million pledge announced earlier today, Jordan Brand and Michael Jordan are donating $100 million over the next 10 years to organizations in the Black community who are committed to fighting for racial equality, social justice, and greater access to education. Continue reading Jordan Brand Is Donating $100 Million In Support of Black Communities
Podcast: Ep. 9 – Podcast: And Justice For All?
George Floyd and the Illusion of Progress
IMAGES PLACE US in time, gluing unremarkable and historically urgent moments in a fixed setting or context, but mostly they thrill our senses in other varied ways. They challenge us with questions and ferry nostalgia. Images set our faces electric at the sight of something truly wonderful. The primary function of a photograph is not measurement, but there are those that suggest it all the same. Those images, thornier in intent and unwedded to a single place, become a kind of cloverleaf—of circumstances, of timelines and beliefs, of people.