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Omaha prosector says white bar owner killed black protester in self-defense

James Scurlock, 22, was shot while protesting the death of George Floyd.

George Floyd protesters speak out: 'We're not moving until something changes'

On May 30th, following the death of George Floyd, protesters took to the streets in cities across the U.S. This is why they're protesting, in their own words.

NYPD officer appears to brandish gun at protesters in video

The incident follows others that have come under scrutiny, including video of two NYPD SUVs plowing into a crowd of protesters in Brooklyn.

Louisville police chief fired after officer bodycams found to be off during fatal shooting

The two officers involved, who were either not wearing or did not have their cameras activated, have been placed on administrative leave.

Pride started with 'revolutionary riots': Advocates point to movement's radical roots

LGBTQ groups emphasized that Pride emerged from a “breakthrough moment” in response to police violence that was once “common and expected.”