Black Voices

Some of the week's most stinging testimony came from a renowned pulmonologist and the chief of the Minneapolis Police Department.
"At least you can agree this country has made a lot of progress" (not), notes Alex Moffat in spoof "Eye on Minnesota."
As the secretary of defense issued an order to address extremism in the ranks, a well-known white nationalist was receiving combat training courtesy of Uncle Sam, according to an exclusive HuffPost investigation.
Desi Lydic explains "what the fake news is too fake to tell you" in the parody bit.
The Fox News personality's latest incendiary comments came under the spotlight from the "CNN Tonight" anchor.
Domenick Nati called the rap star a man who lived life to the fullest and wouldn't change a thing, despite his many personal struggles.
The rapper, who upended the rap scene in 1998 with two No. 1 albums, was also a devout Christian and movie star who frequently grappled with drug abuse.
Another forensic pathologist testified that there was "no evidence to suggest" that Floyd would have died if former cop Derek Chauvin hadn't kneeled on his neck.
LeBron James, Viola Davis and Smash Mouth were among the celebrities offering condolences to the legendary rapper's family.
“The same feet these companies use to stand with us in solidarity are the same feet they use to stand on our necks," the media mogul wrote.