Since the inception of this pandemic, it has been clear that incarcerated people are particularly at risk from COVID-19.
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The EARN IT Act is a Disaster for Online Speech and Privacy, Especially for the LGBTQ and Sex Worker Communities
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This piece was originally published in Slate.
For activists across the country who have taken to the streets to demand racial justice and police accountability, the sound of protest has been not just the sound of chants, but the sound of helicopters.
When Kishon McDonald saw the video of George Floyd’s murder at the hands of four officers from the Minneapolis Police Department, he could tell it was going to turn the country upside down.
“I knew it was going to catch fire,” he said.