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We must dismantle the inequality that makes careers like mine the exception — rather than the rule.
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The monuments to keep are those that draw society forward, not backward.
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Just as Band-Aids have not healed the country's problems, a quick-fix approach won’t work with art that offends.
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Transcripts filed in a Minneapolis court show that Floyd was afraid of the police and worried that his inability to breathe with officers on his back would kill him. He died minutes later.
Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba (D) said it's time to "divorce" the city from the seventh president's legacy of brutality toward Native Americans and enslaved people.
Michael Lofthouse, the CEO of cloud computing firm solid8, was caught on camera berating an Asian family with racial slurs at a California restaurant.
Atlanta Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler (R), in a tight campaign to keep her seat in November, wrote WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert expressing her disappointment. Players responded by asking her to be removed from ownership.
Some say attacking the likenesses of people who played key roles in establishing the nation is going too far.
Civil rights leaders organizing a major advertising boycott of Facebook said they remained unconvinced that the social network is taking enough action against hate speech and disinformation after meeting with Mark Zuckerberg and other Facebook executives on Tuesday.
Workers removed a monument to Gen. J.E.B. Stuart Tuesday, the last of four statues taken down on city-owned land.
The Monroe County human rights commissioner said a group of white men pinned him to a tree and beat him after accusing him and his friends of trespassing on private property.
Urgency battles pragmatism as the North Carolina city confronts divisions that are generational and cultural more than racial.
As the nation faces a pandemic, financial catastrophe and massive social justice protests, it is suddenly also confronting a spike in violence in some of its major cities. 
“It does not shock us that despite all the scrutiny from community Phoenix PD continues to respond violently to calls. But, we must all continue to ask for transparency and accountability,” Phoenix City Councilman Carlos Garcia wrote in a Facebook post Sunday.
The move, if approved, would mark another step in the military’s reckoning with racism and acceptance of Civil War tributes.
The president and White House are struggling to justify increasingly antiquated views..
The tweet was the latest in a string of racially tinged overtures Trump has made to his political base.
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The monuments are coming down. A city for all must be built.
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