Can you imagine if Trump had simply tweeted something like this: "George Floyd's death cannot be in vain. We must reform the ways in which African Americans are treated by those tasked with protecting them. I don't condone any violence in the protests caused by Mr. Floyd's death but I do understand the anger, fear and mistrust that are at the root of them." … [Read more...] about What Donald Trump’s Minnesota tweet reveals about his moral compass
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Voter suppression now has a white face in Wisconsin Coronavirus is bringing a plague of dangerous doomsday predictions Black America is being hammered by a double pandemic Native Americans were already decimated by a virus. They're scared it could happen again Her father was called 'the most dangerous racist in America.' She wants a different legacy for her son Trump is doing what Obama couldn't … [Read more...] about George Floyd. Ahmaud Arbery. Breonna Taylor. What can black parents possibly tell their kids now about staying safe?
I can tell you that it was The Black Cat in Penngrove, Calif., where I first tasted Moonlight’s “Death and Taxes,” the Third Stop near the Beverly Center in Los Angeles for Craftsman’s “Triple White Sage,” and that the first time I tasted properly presented real ale it was Stone’s “Levitation,” at The Linkery in San Diego. A decade and a half later, each of those pubs is gone, but all three of three breweries have grown mightily in prominence and esteem. … [Read more...] about Miss your local bar? Try Instagram.
"I'm happy we've mitigated all the risks that we can understand at this point and then when more information becomes available obviously we will do everything we can to mitigate against that as well. We will certainly move with it in real time as more information becomes available." … [Read more...] about Football’s restart is a battle of ‘money vs. health,’ says former Premier League club doctor
Indeed, the movie features globs of often-gratuitous violence around their daughter's tragic death. Sure, it is a TV dramatization bent on ratings about a now-legendary murder, but the CSI-style black-and-white autopsy shots and a disturbing scene where Guede watches Meredith choking on her own blood are unsettling, even for those of us who have covered this case from day one. It's one thing to see the crime scene video and hear testimony about how it might have happened, but it's quite another to watch someone act it out in gruesome detail. Foggy shots of the re-enactment of the murder are drizzled throughout the film—mostly when the character playing prosecutor Giuliano Mignini is making his case, or when Knox's lawyers are explaining to their client's parents the evidence against their daughter. The scenes are nothing like the actual animation Mignini showed during closing arguments of the criminal case, but they do serve to show just how the three could have feasibly … [Read more...] about Lifetime’s Amanda Knox Movie: Review by Latza Nadeau Barbie