· Minnesota governor and mayors blame out-of-state agitators for violence and destruction →
“Last night is a mockery of pretending this is about George Floyd’s death or inequities or historical traumas to communities of color,” said Minnesota Gov.
· Biden staff donate to group that pays bail in riot-torn Minneapolis →
Biden's campaign staff, in their Twitter posts, called attention to US inequities based on race and income.
The New York Times
· Lessons for the Future From Online Learning →
But she neglects the reality that it advantages some students over others and exacerbates existing societal inequities.
· Violence divides protesters, as 'chaos' grips Minneapolis →
This is not about inequities that were real.
The Japan Times
· Disadvantaged families fear school closures widening inequalities in Japanese education →
The prolonged school closures caused by the COVID-19 epidemic have intensified concerns that inequities in education are growing.
· 'There's a huge amount of anxiety': New Zealand wrestles with back-to-school virus blues →
When she studied education inequities following the Christchurch quakes for her Master’s thesis at the University of Canterbury in 2013, Maria Connolly found an absence of other research on how pupils performed at school after urban disasters.
· Minneapolis police officer charged with murder of George Floyd →
“None of us can live in a society where roving bands go unchecked and do what they want to, ruin property,” Walz said, adding that a reckoning with the city's racial inequities could not happen without calm.
· Feds flew an unarmed Predator drone over Minneapolis protests to provide “situational awareness” →
Human rights advocates and civil liberties advocates have strongly opposed the use of such technologies, pointing out that they can exacerbate racial inequities and privacy violations.
The New York Times
· ‘The Pain Is Too Intense’: Biden Challenges White Americans →
WASHINGTON — Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., addressing a nation on edge, challenged white Americans on Friday to fully confront the enduring inequities faced by black Americans because, he said, “the pain is too intense for one community to bear alone.”