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Sheriff and DA’s Office Staff Allegedly Vandalize Black Lives Matter Sign | NowThis

Sheriff and DA’s office staff were arrested for allegedly vandalizing a Black Lives Matter sign in California.

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In US news and current events today, police and law enforcement officials have begun voicing displeasure about the criticism levied against them in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd and the global Black Lives Matter uprising. After the police killing of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Rayshard Brooks, and countless other Black people in America, the resulting George Floyd protests and Black Lives Matter protests against police brutality, police racism, and police violence have put systemic racism in the spotlight as BLM protesters take to the streets in support of police reform, racial justice and civil rights. One of the most peaceful ways to protest is with a Black Lives Matter sign or Black Lives Matter mural, but these Ventura County officials in California have decided to vandalize their citizens right to speech. BLM sign and BLM mural have sprung up around the world, but as long as there continues to be pushback from the police who are brutalizing the Black community, the fight will still go on.

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Kevin Hart, Ludacris and Tyrese Speak Out After George Floyd's Memorial (Exclusive)

ET's Kevin Frazier was in Minneapolis for George Floyd's memorial where he spoke with attendees Tyrese, Ludacris and Kevin Hart after the service.

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Attorney Benjamin Crump, who represents the family of George Floyd, spoke at the memorial service for Floyd in Minneapolis Thursday. Watch his remarks.

Anthony Joshua says ‘racism is a virus’ in impassioned speech at BLM demo in Watford

British boxing hero Anthony Joshua said we can no longer remain silent and branded racism a virus as he joined a Black Lives Matter march in his hometown of Watford.

The demonstration was one of many that have taken place in the aftermath of the killing of George Floyd by police in Minneapolis last week.

And his recent knee injury was not going to stop AJ doing his bit to support the fight for racial equality with Joshua marching on crutches.

The 30-year-old was one of many peaceful protesters to take to the streets on Saturday, and streamed a series of powerful speeches to his 11.3million followers on Instagram.

And Watford will also do its bit, with the local Town Hall set to turn purple this evening in solidarity with the movement.

Wearing a Black Lives Matter hoodie, Joshua managed to smile through the discomfort in his knee.

And he even addressed the assembled crowd through a microphone as they rallied against social injustice.

AJ said: “The virus has been declared a pandemic, it is out of control, and I’m not actually talking about Covid-19.

“The virus I’m referring to is called racism.

“Killing a person outright is unforgivable. But stripping them of their human right, oppressing them, mocking them, insulting them, placing glass ceilings above them just because of what, their skin colour, is just a slower way of killing them and taking the life out of their soul.

“We must unite as a human race.

“We can no longer, from today onwards, sit back and remain silent on the senseless, unlawful killing, sly racism of another human being based on what? Only their skin colour.

“We need to speak out in peaceful demonstrations, just like this today.

“If you want to joke about who I am, where I come from, my heritage, my lips, my nose, my skin, the food I eat, don’t feel too comfortable around me.

“Because I’m proud of who I am.”

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Wrongly Incarcerated Singer Archie Williams Delivers Unforgettable Song - America's Got Talent 2020

Archie Williams was sentenced to life in prison for a crime he didn't commit. After 37 years, DNA tests set him free. See Archie sing an emotional rendition of Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me and see why Simon Cowell will never forget this audition.
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Paul, Harris And Booker Debate On Anti-Lynching Bill Erupts On Senate Floor | NBC News NOW

Sen. Rand Paul objected to passing a House-passed anti-lynching bill, saying he would only allow it to unanimously pass if changes were made. The move incensed Sens. Kamala Harris and Cory Booker, who spoke passionately about the significance of the bill being blocked at the same moment a memorial service was being held for George Floyd.
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Family members of George Floyd give remarks during memorial service

Floyd's family spoke during a memorial service, to mourn his death and honor his life, at the North Central University in Minneapolis.

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The election is ‘Biden’s to lose’: Luntz

Political strategist and pollster Frank Luntz talks about the 2020 presidential election, and says there's an anxiety that this year that wasn't present in 2016.

Joe Biden’s Democratic campaign for the White House has gotten a boost lately because President Donald Trump is alienating voters with his divisive rhetoric, longtime Republican pollster Frank Luntz told CNBC on Friday.

“This election is absolutely not over. But it’s Joe Biden’s to lose,” Luntz said in a “Squawk Box” interview. “You never, ever count anyone out, but these have not been a good two weeks for Donald Trump.”

“Biden has been pretty quiet” lately and he should stay that way, because when he speaks he makes gaffes that Trump can exploit, Luntz said.

The latest gaffe came during a campaign stop in Pennsylvania, where Biden on Thursday said the U.S. had “over 120 million dead from Covid,” when he meant to say over 100,000. According to data from Johns Hopkins University on Friday, total Covid-19 deaths in America exceeded 124,000 from more than 2.4 million cases.

Trump tweeted out Biden’s misstep, writing, “This is beyond a normal mistake.”

Luntz said Biden should be “staying in his basement,” where he had been on coronavirus lockdown for months, and “staying away from the media.”

“The quieter [Biden] is, the better he’s doing in the surveys,” Luntz said. “That ought to tell you something. The more Trump speaks — and I think it’s the message, and I think it’s what he’s saying — the worse he’s showing up.”

According to the RealClearPolitics national polling average, Biden leads Trump by 10 percentage points.

More importantly, Luntz said, “States that Donald Trump won in 2016 have now shifted to towards Joe Biden by anywhere from 6 to 10 points. That’s significant. That’s beyond the margin of error.”

The Trump and Biden campaigns did not immediately respond to CNBC’s request for comment.

Biden is also gaining favor on Wall Street, which has benefited greatly from Trump’s 2017 corporate tax cut and his push to eliminate business regulations. Even with the coronavirus hit to the markets, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, as of Thursday’s close, was up 40% since Election Day 2016 and 30% higher since Trump’s inauguration 73 days later.

Various current and former financiers, analysts, lobbyists, lawyers and political advisors with banking clients told CNBC they’re increasingly preparing for the possibility that the former vice president could beat Trump in the November election.

“They are willing to support anyone that gives them a sense of stability, and a sense that things will calm down. That’s why Biden has actually moved in the business community and people are now considering voting for him,” Luntz said.

Luntz said the prospect for higher taxes under Biden is not hurting him in the polls.

“There’s a greater acceptance for higher taxes today than there ever has been in my research. And this goes back to Reagan-Mondale in 1984. That’s how significant this is; a willingness to pay for the spending, willingness to keep the economy going, willingness to give something because of all the unrest out there,” Luntz said.

He said Trump should not try to use the same bluster and tough talk that worked four years ago when he shook the political establishment by beating Hillary Clinton. “Hillary Clinton was very easy to dislike. Donald Trump had her number.”

However, Luntz added, “There is a brittleness, an anger, a frustration, an anxiety that exists in the American people that did not exist in 2016,” referring to the dual crises of the coronavirus pandemic and the nationwide protests against racial inequalities sparked by last month’s killing of George Floyd by a White police officer.

“Again, it’s Donald Trump’s language, not his policies, that matter,” Luntz said. “The language that he’s using is not the language of the American people. He’s being very tough. The public wants empathy. They want understanding. He talks about law and order. He should talk about public safety. He talks about his supporters being warriors when what people really want is for him to [work] for hard-working taxpayers.”

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The Politics of the Pandemic: Dr. Kavita Patel and Dr. Janice Blanchard with James Hohmann

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The pandemic has exposed a number of severe vulnerabilities in our public health infrastructure and ability to prevent and manage the effects on Americans’ lives.

Listen to an honest conversation of what we know about COVID-19; where the federal and local response has fallen short; and the disproportionate impact on communities of color. James Hohmann, award winning columnist of The Daily 202 from The Washington Post, has written cutting-edge analyses on COVID-19 including recent reporting around misinformation from the CDC, and the implications for the year ahead. Dr. Janice Blanchard is on the Faculty of The School of Medicine at George Washington University and has been on the frontlines in communicating issues of Covid 19 and its impact on communities of color. Dr. Kavita Patel has worked at the intersection of clinical medicine, public health and government and is currently working with employers and local governments to understand how to safely reopen the country while also trying to process the latest medical breakthroughs as a NBC medical contributor. She served in the Obama Administration as director of policy for the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs and Public Engagement in the White House.
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Top Democratic lawmakers lead moment of silence to remember George Floyd

Top Democratic lawmakers led a moment of silence to remember George Floyd at the Capitol. The moment of silence lasted for eight minutes and 46 seconds, the same amount of time a Minneapolis police officer knelt on Floyd's neck, before he died. After the moment of silence, Democrats unveiled a bill to overhaul police practices.

Top congressional Democrats unveiled a bill Monday to overhaul police practices as Americans gather daily to protest excessive use of force and systemic racism.

Lawmakers in the House and Senate released the legislation two weeks after the death of George Floyd, the black, unarmed man who died after a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes. The incident sparked nationwide furor over sustained brutality against black Americans. His death added to a string of recent killings of black men and women that has led to perhaps the biggest reckoning over racism in the U.S. in decades.

The Democratic legislation would make sweeping changes designed both to deter police use of force and hold officers more accountable for abuses. The federal bill comes as changes start at the local level: most of the Minneapolis City Council on Sunday committed to disbanding and replacing the city’s police force, while New York City will consider a range of law enforcement reforms.

Here’s some of what congressional Democrats’ bill would do:

Reform “qualified immunity” for officers, making it easier for people whose constitutional rights were violated to recover damages
Change the federal standard of criminal police behavior from “willful” to acting “knowingly or with reckless disregard,” to address the difficulty of prosecuting officers
Start a federal registry of police misconduct and require states to report use of force to the U.S. Justice Department
Ban police use of chokeholds and carotid holds, and condition funding for state and local departments on barring the practices
Stop the use of “no-knock” search warrants in drug cases in the U.S., while also making state and local money contingent on stopping use of the warrants
Give the Justice Department subpoena power to carry out “pattern and practice” investigations into police department conduct
Provide state attorneys general with grants to carry out pattern and practice probes and create a process for independent investigations into uses of force
Require training on racial bias and implicit bias at the federal level, and condition state and local funding on offering training
Curb transfers of military-grade weapons to state and local police
Classify lynching as a federal hate crime

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Michael Beckwith Talks About George Floyd's Death, Racism, & How To FIGHT INJUSTICE | Lewis Howes

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Martin Luther King said, “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” I have chosen not to be silent. I have much to learn, but even in my ignorance, I can stand in solidarity with the black community. I sincerely hope you will stand with me and make positive change happen.

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Regarding the injustice of George Floyd; Obviously what happened to him is sickening and should never have happened. This whole movement shouldn't have to happen.
But unfortunately, it is.
Although I know I'm only 1 person in Canada with a very small following and can't reach many people, I wanted to add in a link to Hasan Minhaj Patriot Act's video about George Floyd. He gives a lot of info I didn't know about this movement, leaves links in the description of his video to charities helping the movement, and gives a list of names of other black people who have died from police brutality.
I also left a link to one of Philip DeFranco's videos talking about this situation in more detail. In the description of that video, his has the link to other videos regarding this issue as it develops.
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This is by far my favorite setup of this year! I had so much fun with this #Kirby theme, it was the easiest to draw and doodle, and I was swarmed with tons of inspiration for this on pinterest. So if you guys decide to take a stab at this too, it won't be hard to find cute photos :)
That being said, I've realized from seeing other bujo creators that I should be uploading my setup videos a week before the month starts, NOT the first week of the month. So I apologize for not realizing this until NOW...but next month I'll be fixing that. Any suggestions for July?

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Leading Inclusively Leadership Camp with La'Wana Harris'

The leading inclusively leadercamp with La' Wana Harris

In the wake of a global pandemic and tragic events leading to widespread civil unrest, organizations of all sizes (including yours and ours) need bold leaders at every level who are equipped to address racism, discrimination, and bias in the workplace.

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- Equip you to become a more thoughtful and effective ally for advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion.

- Enable you to create a strategy for leveraging your power and privilege to foster greater access, opportunity, and accountability.

- Empower you to start leading inclusively by demystifying the how of everyday behaviors at the individual, structural, and systemic levels.


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How Leaders Can Empower Everyone Around Them

Everyone knows what it's like to work for a good and a bad leader. It makes a huge difference in the employees’ quality of life. But no matter how much we love good leaders, bad leaders still exist.

Frances Frei is a professor of technology and operations management at Harvard Business School. She has always been interested in operations--how things work and how to make things work better. That interest in operations led her to focus on leadership.

According to Frances, leadership should be about making other people better first. Leadership isn’t about you, it’s about other people.

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Global Crisis - Global Solidarity #3 with Mark Bergfeld

While the coronavirus pandemic has meant a lot of home office for millions around the world, for so-called “frontline workers” – cleaners, carers, and others whose work cannot be performed from home – it has meant putting their lives on the line every day in order to keep our economy running.

We’ll be speaking with Mark Bergfeld of the UNI global union federation to learn about the challenges facing these workers and what this moment tells us about who is really “essential” in the global capitalist economy.



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