ITT Sound Off: We're Not Okay
As protests continue in Minneapolis and spread across the country, Maria and Julio talk about anti-black racism and violent policing in the United States. They reflect on the ways in which white supremacy shows up in police interactions, as well as in daily life — for instance in threats from a white woman walking her dog in Central Park.
ITT Staff Picks:
- A former classmate of George Floyd says his nickname was "gentle giant" in this profile by the Associated Press.
- ITT All-Star, Jelani Cobb gives context to the death of George Floyd in The New Yorker.
- Amanda Marcotte writes for Salon about the differences in police response to the Black Lives Matter protests compared to the anti-lockdown protests.
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