George Floyd’s uncle advocates for the passage of a federal Medical Civil Rights Bill


Three years ago George Floyd was killed in police custody in Minneapolis. NPR’s Michel Martin talks to Selwyn Jones, Floyd’s uncle and co-founder of Hope929 Foundation, about advocating for justice.

Read More at NPR

Check Also

James Comey knows the politics of NY law enforcement. Now, he’s writing about it

Central Park West draws from James Comey’s experience in the FBI and as a U.S …