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Demonstrators block the base of the Manhattan bridge after curfew during a protest against the death of George Floyd on Tuesday night. . 📷 @bmcdermid / @reuters
ICYMI: @NBCNewsNow & @NBCBLK present “Can You Hear Us Now?” — Trymaine Lee talks with some of the biggest thinkers of this moment about how America can heal its racial divide. . Listen to the full conversation now on the latest episode of #IntoAmerica via the link in our bio.
“We’re dealing with all of this in the midst of other crises. We are also trying to keep our people safe from coronavirus which is killing us more disproportionately. And why? Because the injustices that black people have always experienced are exacerbated in this moment,” says Brittany Packnett Cunningham, co-founder of Campaign Zero. Listen to the full virtual discussion on #IntoAmerica at the link in our bio.
Rahul Dubey opened his doors to dozens of protesters who say they were being corralled and pepper-sprayed by police. - @NBCNightlyNews
Six years before the death of George Floyd, Michael Brown was killed by a white officer in Ferguson, Missouri, igniting protests across the US.⠀ ⠀ Global Hangout speaks to Jason Armstrong, who joined the force last year, to hear his reflections on the anger being felt and expressed across America.
An urban trail riding club, Nonstop Riders, arrived at a downtown Houston march Tuesday afternoon to protest George Floyd's death. Marcus Johnson, of Houston’s Fifth Ward, raised his fist in the air. “We’re here representing for all our black brothers and sisters," he said. Latest on the protests at the link in our bio. 📷 Mike Hixenbaugh / @nbcnews
A trucker trapped on Canal Street in Manhattan during a protest honks in solidarity. . 📹 Phil McCausland / @nbcnews
As protests continue to erupt across the US in response to the death of George Floyd, some artists and musicians are supporting #BlackOutTuesday. Among them is singer-songwriter Tinashe, who has used her voice to focus attention on racial inequality and injustice in America. She spoke with Global Hangout’s Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani about her experience joining the protests in Los Angeles.
As protests erupted across the US after the death of George Floyd while in police custody, journalists have been on the streets covering the story from coast to coast. In this Global Hangout, we speak to 3 journalists reporting from the protests about what they’ve seen, heard and experienced while covering the story.⠀ ⠀ OUR GUESTS:⠀ ⠀ John Elignon⠀ The New York Times⠀ Minneapolis, Minnesota⠀ ⠀ Arit John⠀ Los Angeles Times⠀ Los Angeles, California⠀ ⠀ Branden Hunter⠀ Detroit Free Press⠀ Detroit, Michigan
Tonight at 8 p.m. ET: Join @MSNBC's @trymaine.lee for a virtual discussion presented by @NBCBLK and @NBCNewsNow on how America can heal its racial divide.
@watchsavannah shares the latest updates you need to know. Live on our story daily at 1 p.m. ET. Today: peaceful protests followed by violence overnight in cities across America, the latest on President Trump’s response and Biden gives a speech.
NYC Mayor de Blasio on Tuesday said an 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. citywide curfew would be extended through Sunday, June 7. Read more at the link in our bio. 📷 Caitlin Ochs / @reuters