The Aug. 13 shooting of Patrick Harmon by a Salt Lake City police officer marks another day in America’s hostility toward black lives and its people.
The Aug. 13 shooting of Patrick Harmon by a Salt Lake City police officer marks another day in America’s hostility toward black lives and its people. Jose Luis Magana AP
The Aug. 13 shooting of Patrick Harmon by a Salt Lake City police officer marks another day in America’s hostility toward black lives and its people. Jose Luis Magana AP

Another black man dead, another white cop free: Why we sit, kneel or raise a fist

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