Writer and activist Margaret Kimberley tells Brent Goff that George Floyd has become a touchpoint for millions of people around the world protesting against racism.
The Minnesota police reforms include a ban on choke holds similar to one used on the late George Floyd. The reforms are seen as some of the most substantial changes to the state's criminal justice system.
As Congressman John Lewis is commemorated in the US, DW talks to Dr. Charles Neblett, who marched with the legendary civil rights activist at one of the most seminal demonstrations of the 1960s.
China's Black community members speak out on how they experience race, racism and solidarity in the country. Black Lives Matter has also prompted more citizens to discuss the treatment of Chinese ethnic minorities.
US federal officers have again used tear gas to disperse a large crowd of protesters outside a courthouse in Portland. Earlier, a judge denied Oregon's request to restrict the agents' actions when they arrest people.
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