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According to the Hennepin County, Minn. criminal complaint, On May 25, Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin knelt on George Floyd’s neck for eight minutes and 46 seconds. As Floyd desperately pleaded for his life, Chauvin continued to kneel. Floyd drifted into unconsciousness and Chauvin did not remove his knee

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As you may or may not know, on Tuesday, June 2, many people within the black community will be observing Blackout Tuesday (an evolution from T’von Green’s “Blackout Day” movement), for which the music industry has confirmed support by ceasing all business operations on that day in honor of the black community and to

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At a time when volatile and emotional protests are popping up all over the country behind a black man dying due to what is widely seen as excessive use of police force, you would think that cops at these protests would exercise caution regarding their own uses of force on black demonstrators. Yet, several documented in

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Although we’ve become well accustomed to them as a fixture of the 21st century, the concept of the “influencer”—and the value of the influence itself—remain dubious. But while some YouTube stars were seemingly participating in the more opportunistic aspects of last week’s uprisings, one of our favorite beauty content

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The death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officers has inspired millions throughout the world to take action. Protesters have flooded the streets, celebrities have railed against racial injustice—or gotten themselves canceled—and even companies like YouTube have committed themselves to the cause.

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