Don't let right-wingers like Candace Owens dictate how we feel about George Floyd

Minutes before he encountered police on a Minneapolis street, George Floyd was just another flawed human being. To some, he was even less than that because he was black.Nothing about him — not the way he looked or the way he carried himself — offered a clue that he could become one of the biggest social justice symbols of our time. Few would have noticed this large black man, wearing a black sleeveless T-shirt and sweatpants, walking toward them and decided that he was worthy of knowing.In fact, some would have crossed the street to get away from him.But his death transcended his faulty life. ...


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