Cities nationwide have erupted in anguish and protest after police recently took the lives of African Americans: George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery. Would the public have known about any of this if it weren’t for cell phone videos taken by witnesses? How do these videos change public perception?
George Floyd, video evidence, public perception
From this Episode:
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