Tagged With George Floyd

A federal judge tossed out most claims in a lawsuit to sue Trump over the clearing of Lafayette Square during BLM protests

Trump was concerned that publicly showing empathy for George Floyd would indicate weakness to his political base: book

Biden makes Juneteenth a national holiday, giving federal employees Friday off

The teen who recorded the killing of George Floyd in 2020 won a special Pulitzer Prize award

Colorado principal resigns after students posted a photo reenacting George Floyd's murder in the school parking lot

Minneapolis is reopening George Floyd Square, the intersection where he was killed that had been filled with memorials and artwork

A lawyer for Derek Chauvin asked a judge to sentence him to probation, saying cops have shorter life expectancies

A judge said Derek Chauvin is 'financially unable' to hire an attorney to defend him against civil rights charges

An attorney for DC police said the agency used 'tear gas' in Lafayette Square Park ahead of Trump's bible photo-op: report

I'm an incarcerated person. I know for a fact that Derek Chauvin's guilty verdict isn't 'accountability,' it's just punishment

Darnella Frazier, the teen who filmed George Floyd's last moments, pens heartfelt tribute on anniversary of his death

One year after George Floyd's death, there are nearly 200 fewer police officers on active duty in Minneapolis

George Floyd's brother says if Congress can protect bald eagles, they can 'make federal laws to protect people of color'

Gianna Floyd, 7, said on the anniversary of her dad's death: He's going to 'change the world'

A person was shot at George Floyd Square in Minneapolis on the anniversary of his death

Congressional leaders are still hammering out the details of a bipartisan police reform bill

George Floyd's brother calls on Congress to pass policing bill ahead of White House visit: 'People shouldn't have to live in fear'

Obama says there are 'reasons to hope' in tweets honoring George Floyd on the one-year anniversary of his death

One year after George Floyd's death, corporate America is still scrambling to hire chief diversity officers

Minneapolis residents are still occupying George Floyd Square as the city vows to reopen the intersection