- CBS News
With cities across America burning and black communities in pain, many white people have continued posting selfies and pictures of food on social media as if nothing is wrong — and it is not going unnoticed. Here's why experts say not saying anything is actually saying a lot.
If we're going to root out the systemic racism that pervades this country, Americans — white Americans, in particular — have enormous work to do. Before we can raise a new generation of antiracist children, we have to first turn inward and do the work of educating ourselves. It's not incumbent on members of the Black community to make us understand the brutal realities of racism — it's on the rest of us to take a seat, listen, and learn from the ample resources that already exist.
Black man who called out 'I can't breathe' while being restrained by Tacoma police died from oxygen deprivation, reportFox News - Chris Irvine
A black man in Tacoma, Washington, who called out “I can’t breathe” while being restrained by police died as a result of oxygen deprivation, according to a medical examiner’s report released Wednesday.