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The New York Times
· New Charges for Former Minneapolis Police Officers as Protests Persist →
In the new charges announced by Mr. Ellison, Mr. Chauvin, a white police officer who could be seen in a video pinning Mr. Floyd, a black security guard, beneath his knee for nearly nine minutes, was charged with second-degree murder, a count that is more serious and could carry a longer prison sentence than the third-degree murder charge he had initially faced.
· Trump trying to 'divide' America: Former defence secretary Mattis →
The fury was ignited by the May 25 killing of George Floyd, a black man who suffocated beneath the knee of a white police officer, and whose agonising death was filmed by bystanders in footage that swiftly went viral.
· My family are Trump voters. During the George Floyd protests, Americans need to face up to some unsavory truths →
Beneath the stereotype of “Midwest nice” and “southern hospitality,” a bloviating jingoism, a blustery bullying, a latent authoritarianism has always lurked.
· Want to Be an Ally to the Black Community? First: Put Down Your Phone →
Crucial information shared by activists and educators was now buried beneath a sea of black squares, especially those tagged #blacklivesmatter.
· Cyclone Spares India’s Business Capital From Major Damage →
About 200 COVID-19 patients in Mumbai were moved from a field hospital beneath a tent to another facility to avoid the risk of strong winds, officials said.
· #BlackoutTuesday derailed #BlackLivesMatter. A community organizer explains how to do better. →
You often have to do work that you feel is beneath you — with people who, in your heart of hearts, you feel are beneath you.
The China Post
· US job losses in May could raise 3-month total to 30 million →
Beneath the dismal figures will be signs that job cuts, severe as they are, are slowing as more businesses gradually or partially reopen.
· Klobuchar tweets that Keith Ellison is increasing charges against Derek Chauvin →
But when Floyd died on May 25, beneath the knee of a Minneapolis police officer, he was five years and more than a thousand miles removed from the historic center of African American culture in Houston where he grew up in the Cuney Homes housing project.
· Pass Over review – Spike Lee directs a supremely masterful tragedy →
They joke and banter, but terror buzzes beneath the repartee.