In Tulsa, rather than silent, the majority was invisible.
Even if the world of fashion and film are engaged in historical revisionism, the dust and mud mixed with memory will simplify everything.
First, fear; then force as an expression of order. This formula suits Trump. How frightening!
The civil rights movement of the 1960s represented exponential progress in the right to vote for Black citizens residing in Southern states ... with undeniable racial connotations.
With Trump, there is neither law nor order, just infringement of rights and a lack of safety for all.
[T]he images of police officer Derek Chauvin sitting with his hands in his pockets while Floyd suffocated have been the spark that started the revolt.
Trump is taking advantage of the opportunity to present himself as the president and candidate of order and authority.
In civilized countries, the mortality of the elderly cannot be overlooked.
From the very first instant, Trump has been a denialist of the coronavirus tragedy.
The president’s advisers ... are analyzing all possible scenarios. The virus doesn’t worry them; losing does.