Tags: African American police officers, Captain Sonia Pruitt - Chairperson of National Black Police Association, Clyde Boatwright - Vice President of the Maryland State Fraternal Order of Police
Tags: Cherris May, Covering the pandemic, Michael Quander, protests, Reporters on the frontlines, Troy Johnson
The DC Council will consider legislation that addresses police and justice reform in the District.
Tags: Comprehensive Policing and Justice Reform Amendment Act, DC Council, DC Police
The officer charged with murdering George Floyd had has bail set at 1.25 million dollars. Derek Chauvin made his first court appearance today. He did it via video.
Tags: bail set for Chauvin, Derek Chauvin, Minneapolis police officer
Campell and I discussed local and national elections, the power of African American voters and the protection of elections, especially with the increase of mail-in voting.
Tags: Bremante Bryant, Election 2020, Melanie Campbell, power of the African American vote, President and CEO of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation
A Floyd family ordered autopsy claims George Floyd died by asphyxiation. The county medical examiner in Minneapolis said Floyd died from cardiopulmonary arrest .
Tags: Floyd death a homicide, Medical examiner Floyd, Second autopsy of George Floyd
Federal law enforcement pushed peaceful protesters away from the White House as the President declared a tougher federal response to protesters.
Tags: DC curfew, DC protests, Trump and Lafayette Park
The District estimates that near 100-thousand residents will be infected by coronavirus.
Tags: 93 thousand estimated cases in DC, coronavirus in the District, Coronavirus update in DC
A two-year-old boy was killed in the District. Officials are ruling the death a homicide.
Tags: Division Street Northeast DC, Gabriel Eason, Two-year-old killed in DC
The Trump administration to suggest Americans wear face coverings to protect against coronavirus.
Tags: COVID-19 protection, Face coverings coronavirus, White House face coverings