three white men convicted of murdering black jogger Ahmaud Arbery

Published on : 25/11/2021 – 06:24 Three white men accused of the murder of black jogger Ahmaud Arbery in 2020 in Georgia, United States, were found guilty on Wednesday after a trial marked by the issue of racism. They face life imprisonment. Three white Americans were found guilty on Wednesday, November 24, of the murder […]

Virginia removes statue of Confederate general

First modification: 08/09/2021 – 20:14 Hundreds of people gathered on September 8 in downtown Richmond, the capital of the state of Virginia, to witness the removal of a statue of General Robert E. Lee, a former Civil War general. For many, the structure was a symbol of racial injustice, which is why it was the […]

New York City Hall removes statue of former slaveholder Thomas Jefferson

Published on : 19/10/2021 – 10:34 The city of New York on Monday approved the removal of the statue of one of the founding fathers of the United States, Thomas Jefferson, because of his slave past. The third American president held in his plantation in Virginia more than 600 slaves. His statue will have presided […]

New York “Pride” wants to exclude police officers from the parade

Panorama “With immediate effect” New York “Pride” wants to exclude police officers from the parade Published on 05/15/2021 | Reading time: 2 minutes Policeman at the “Pride” parade in New York 2019 – the presence of state power there is to be reduced in the future Quelle: pa/ZUMAPRESS.com/William Volcov Christopher Street Day emerged in response […]

Keechant Sewell, first woman to head New York Police

At 49, this native of Queens will assume from January 1 the leadership of the NYPD, which is going through a deep crisis against a backdrop of accusations of violence. Eric Adams was committed to it and he kept his word. The brand new mayor of New York, democrat but conservative, had promised to appoint […]

Keechant Sewell, first woman to head New York Police

At 49, this native of Queens will assume from January 1 the leadership of the NYPD, which is going through a deep crisis against a backdrop of accusations of violence. Eric Adams was committed to it and he kept his word. New York’s newest mayor, Democrat but conservative, had promised to appoint a woman as […]

Derek Chauvin pleads guilty to violating George Floyd’s constitutional rights

Published on : 15/12/2021 – 17:40 Former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin announced Wednesday in U.S. federal court that he is pleading guilty to violating George Floyd’s civil rights, reversing his original decision to plead not guilty. The affair had sparked the biggest anti-racist protests in decades in the United States. White policeman Derek Chauvin, […]

Acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse, who killed two anti-racist activists, divides US

Following the acquittal on Friday of young American Kyle Rittenhouse, who killed two anti-racist activists in 2020 in Kenosha, reactions are mounting in the United States and revealing the country’s fractures over guns and the Black Lives Matter movement . Young American Kyle Rittenhouse, who killed two people on the sidelines of anti-racism protests in […]