Police reportedly pulled Wright over for having air fresheners hanging from his rearview mirror.
Even the best training in the world cannot teach police, who are licensed to kill, not to be racist.
Jurors heard another series of dramatic testimonies during the third day of the murder trial of Derek Chauvin.
Chauvin’s defense is mired in the oppressive logic of the drug war.
UCLA historian and author Robin D.G. Kelley says a guilty verdict alone would not represent justice for George Floyd.
David Dungay Jr., a Black Indigenous man in Australia, also cried “I can’t breathe” as he died in police custody.
The bill gives more money to police while doing nothing to stop the racist war on drugs.
A lawyer for George Floyd’s family said it was “gratifying” to see the DOJ under Biden moving forward on the case.
The commission will analyze whether several instances of police violence violated international law.