“That’s who we’re marching for. For George. For Breonna. For Ahmaud. For Jacob. For Pamela Turner and Michael Brown. For Trayvon. And anyone else who lost their lives to evil.”
"He is paralyzed and can't walk and they have him cuffed to the bed,” his uncle said. “Why?"
Evander Kane, the co-head of the Hockey Diversity Alliance, spoke out against the NHL, calling the league’s inaction “insulting.”
Rusten Sheskey is a 7-year veteran of the department who has been placed on administrative leave after shooting Blake several times in the back.
It's one of many options being considering as the franchise continues to speak out against anti-Black racism and police brutality, Raptors player Fred VanVleet told reporters on Tuesday.
“We were all chanting ‘Black Lives Matter’ at the gas station and then we heard, boom, boom, and I told my friend, that’s not fireworks.”
“What justified all those shots? What justified doing that in front of my grandsons? What are we doing?”
Kenosha, Wisconsin gears up for a second night of protests after the police shooting of Jacob Blake.
Video shows the police firing several shots into Blake's back as he reaches into a car.