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Emotions Over Floyd's Death Are Now Crossing Borders. Where Is US Political Leadership?

Posted On: Jun 23, 2021   |   Posted By: Politic365

Emotions Over Floyd's Death Are Now Crossing Borders. Where Is US Political Leadership?

Violence against minorities in the United States dates back to the 1600s. From Hispanics to Blacks, Latinas to Native Americans, and Muslims, almost all non-white communities of America have been subjected to racial and communal bias.
Under the current government, not only systematic racism was encouraged but also such policies were established which clearly marginalized suffering communities. In a recent row of events, two innocent Black lives were lost to the racial discrimination at the hands of police. Breonna Taylor was shot 8 times while sleeping in her apartment and George Floyd was choked to death under police custody.
The crimes against the Black community occur not only at the hands of so-called law enforcement agencies but also at the hands of common white American people. Ahmaud Arbery was a 25-year-old Black man killed by white men as he was on his way for jogging.
All of these incidents have sparked rage amongst many people across the world. There are numerous rallies and protests which are...

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