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Nothing good. Experts suggested limiting your exposure to violent imagery and social media.
To protest police violence, an artist resurrected an old NAACP flag about lynching. I wondered if provocative art could help a divided nation confront its past and present.
The Philando Castile shooting and its aftermath have catapulted services like Facebook Live and Periscope into the center of the news, challenging cable to adapt.
President Obama found himself delivering a call for racial justice after two black men were killed by the police, only to face the same cameras hours later to denounce the … Continue Reading →
Ms. Reynolds has emerged as an influential witness in the latest shooting of an African-American at the hands of a police officer.
The president, reacting to a grisly video that showed Mr. Castile being shot by the police in Minnesota, asked the nation to confront racial disparities in law enforcement.
Snipers shot 10 of the officers from elevated positions, Chief David O. Brown said, as the demonstration turned from peaceful to violent.
A live stream on Facebook takes us into a car where a fatal police shooting occurred, emphasizing the gulf between virtual and physical presence.
The fatal encounter during a traffic stop in a St. Paul suburb was streamed online by the man’s girlfriend, who narrated the clip as her daughter looked on.