Making Sense of Protests in the United States

The world’s richest and most powerful country has been struggling to cope
with a host of crises: a deadly pandemic that has killed more than 100,000
Americans and infected more than 2 million; an economic downturn that has
rendered millions unemployed; and now uprisings, riots and violence on the
streets. All three are interlinked, but the latter is not a new development.
Race-based violence is as old as America itself. Read More…

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