Vicky Osterweil's "In Defense of Looting" makes the case that looting isn't a betrayal of protests for Black lives, but a vital aspect of the movement.
On Fox News, President Donald Trump defending tweeting “when the looting starts, the shooting starts.”
The president defended his use of the phrase "when the looting starts, the shooting starts."
An officer in Seattle appeared to use the dangerous technique twice in a scene that was caught on video.
District attorneys are charging grocery theft as looting and arguing for higher bail in cases that are supposed to have $0 bail amid the pandemic.
She says: However, we are now, in 2016, in a new age that blindly ignores culture for ephemeral matters like money. Once
"Give good a chance."
"The farther you get from the capital, the worse the economic situation is."
This epidemic of deaths of African-American youths at police hands is not new. In 1966, the police shot and killed 16-year-old Matthew Johnson, an African-American, in the Bayview Hunters Point area of San Francisco where I grew up. I was 12 years old; now I'm 60.
Whether or not one believes in the fairness of the justice system, the picture that African-Americans see is stark and bleak. The facts stare them in the face every day.