Anger and unrest have unfold throughout cities in the USA over the police killing of yet one more unarmed African American.
Like different related incidents, the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis was caught on video and went viral on-line.
Pictures of police officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on Floyd’s neck for a number of minutes, resulting in Floyd’s demise, sparked anger.
Crowds protested, demanding justice and attacking police and autos. Police in riot gear fired tear gasoline, rubber bullets and pepper spray
The violence in Minneapolis prompted a tweet from President Trump, who known as protesters “thugs”, including “when the looting begins, the taking pictures begins”.
So, can the federal government include the unrest this time?
And is it capable of cope with its root causes?
Presenter: Kim Vinell
Paris Dennard – Senior communications adviser for Black Media Affairs to the Republican Nationwide Committee and Black Voices for Trump advisory board member
Linda Sarsour – Organiser, civil rights activist and creator of, We Are Not Right here To Be Bystanders
Jason Stanley – Professor of Philosophy at Yale College and creator of, How Fasicsm Works
Supply: Al Jazeera