Monroe Dispatch - No Struggle, No Progress

Looking for Justice-Pt. 2


George Floyd

"I can't breathe", said the dying black man. Did he fall into water and was gasping for air? Was the man overcome from gas or dangerous fumes in the air? No. Those were the last words that George Floyd would say as a white Minneapolis police officer applied enough pressure on the back of Floyd's neck, resulting in his death. To millions of African-Americans, those words "I can't breathe" are haunting, because they know that another black man died under the same circumstances by a white police office, and justice was never served. Remember Eric Gardner? Now, another black family will have to...

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