• Derek Chauvin's trial is testing the stress levels of Black Americans. Here's what leaders and allies can do to help

    4 days ago - By Business Insider

    Summary List Placement On a recent lunch break, Dion Bullock watched the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd.
    Bullock's body tightened as he listened to a 9-year-old witness describe Floyd's struggle as Chauvin knelt on his neck. "I felt angry that a child had to relive the trauma of that day and have her testimony dissected publicly," he said.
    Then he heard an electronic ping; he was needed on a client call. He turned on his laptop's camera, and his smiling colleagues, chatting about the weather, greeted him. "I grappled with...
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  • The Court Of Public Opinion: The Chauvin Trial And The Police

    The Court Of Public Opinion: The Chauvin Trial And The Police

    4 days ago - By Forbes

    In a time of great pessimism about race relations generally, whites have moved closer to blacks in their views of police treatment of blacks, but some substantial differences in outlook remain. The two communities are generally aligned when thinking about the future.
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