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With less than three weeks until the Jan. 5, 2021 election, rolling out’s Editor-at-Large, Rashad Richey, talks with Democratic nominee Jon Ossoff about police brutality and nationwide legalization of marijuana. This discussion is part of an exclusive series that delves into what’s at stake in Georgia’s runoff races for U.S. Senate. Rashad Richey: Let’s talk…

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Former President Barack Obama doesn’t like the “snappy” slogan “defund the police” and believes it alienates supporters and potential allies in the fight to end police brutality. Obama: You lose people with "snappy" slogans like "defund the police" https://t.co/qjrPY9eY2M pic.twitter.com/ynqQHnvN3u — The Hill (@thehill) December 1, 2020 Obama, 59, also suggested strongly that the oft-repeated…

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Crowds have chanted her name. Social media feeds have been flooded, demanding justice for Breonna Taylor. A call for action is demanded but has fallen on deaf ears. Taylor’s killing has sparked a national conversation about death by the police. The outcry continues, and still no arrest. Last week, her family negotiated a settlement with…

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Michelle Obama brought her family members on the latest episode of her podcast to discuss the hot-button topics of police brutality and police misconduct against Black Americans. The “Michelle Obama Podcast” featured the former first lady, 56, her older brother Craig Robinson, 58, and their mother Marian Robinson, 83. Craig Robinson, in particular, learned early…

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Cardi B made several requests and demands of presidential candidate Joe Biden that were aired on the day the Democrats fired up their virtual national convention on Monday, Aug. 17, 2020. Elle magazine facilitated the Zoom video chat between Cardi, 27, and Biden, 77, which included topics ranging from the novel coronavirus pandemic to police…

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Another incident of police brutality has gone viral. On Wednesday, July 1, 2020, an altercation between a Black woman and a Black police officer turned violent, according to video obtained by the Miami Herald.  The issue began after the woman, Pam Anderson, 21, reportedly missed her flight at Miami International Airport and began complaining loudly.…

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