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Police Brutality

24 Of The Most Powerful Photos Of This Week

From trouble in Portland, Oregon, following President Trump's deployment of federal officers to the outpouring of love for the late Rep. John Lewis, these are the most striking and memorable pictures from the past week.

24 Of The Most Powerful Photos Of This Week

From the landmark decision by the US Supreme Court against LGBTQ discrimination in the workplace to the ongoing fight for racial justice around the globe, these are the most striking and memorable pictures from this past week.

26 Of The Most Powerful Photos Of This Week

From emotional scenes at George Floyd's memorial in Houston to the ongoing demonstrations against racial injustice around the world, these are the most striking and memorable pictures from this past week.

Symbolic Gestures Are Not Enough

As Black Lives Matter protests yield results, it’s become harder to ignore the gulf between well-meaning but ultimately worthless gestures and real, radical change.

The Government Can Now Secretly Spy On Protesters

The Drug Enforcement Administration got permission to conduct “covert surveillance” on protesters, BuzzFeed News reports. Plus, Matt Ortile joins us to talk about his new book, The Groom Will Keep His Name: And Other Vows I've Made About Race, Resistance, and Romance.

The “Right Way” To Protest Is A Myth

The police were even more aggro than normal last night, and Trump tear-gassed peaceful protesters for a photo op. And BuzzFeed News culture writer Scaachi Koul talks to us about why protests making certain people feel uncomfortable is actually a good thing.

America Is On Fire And Trump Wants More Gas

The president told governors to be even tougher on protestors after a weekend of police clashing with demonstrators. Plus we speak to BuzzFeed News’ Addy Baird and Adolfo Flores, who have been reporting on the protests.

News O'Clock: George Floyd Didn’t Have To Die

Minneapolis police killed a black man named George Floyd, and now the city is dealing with the aftermath. The US has officially hit 100,000 COVID-19 deaths. We talk with Amber McReynolds, CEO of Vote at Home, how to vote safely this fall. And to decompress from all the terrible, we list some of our favorite Sesame Street songs featuring celebrity guests.

Watching My Cousin’s Death Go Viral

My cousin Salahuddin was a victim of unforgivable police brutality. But before that, he was a young man let down by a society that still treats mental illness as a kind of crime in itself.

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