Protests have erupted all over the US over the death of George Floyd. Cities are imposing curfews and states are activating National Guard members to calm down the demonstrators but they continue to express pain and anger with chants, signs and outbreaks of violence.

And while many questions, like what's going to happen to the police officers involved in the incident, are still unanswered, one thing is certain: the demands for justice and an end to police brutality against African Americans have united the entire country and people of all backgrounds are taking a knee together.

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A Group Of Black People Protecting A Cop Who Got Separated From The Others

A Group Of Black People Protecting A Cop Who Got Separated From The Others

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Daria B
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1 year ago

This one is touching, seriously. This police officer is actually armed. And yet, there is this mutual trust and care for one another. Totally kills all stereotypes both about the protesters and the police.

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Based on accounts from witnesses, video footage, and official statements, here's what the public knows about Mr. Floyd's death so far.

Everything began with a report of a fake $20 bill. A report was made on the evening of the 25th of May, when Mr. Floyd bought a pack of cigarettes from a grocery store. The store employee thought the $20 bill Mr. Floyd paid with was counterfeit and reported it to police.

Mr. Floyd had been living in Minneapolis for several years after. He had recently been working as a bouncer but just like so many other Americans became unemployed during the coronavirus pandemic.

Mr. Floyd was a regular at Cup Foods, the grocery store where he tried to buy the cigarettes. Mike Abumayyaleh, the owner of the store, told NBC that Mr. Floyd was a friendly face and a pleasant customer who never caused any trouble. But Mr. Abumayyaleh wasn't working that day.

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A Veteran Protesting His Government After Fighting For It Shows The United Fight For Equality

A Veteran Protesting His Government After Fighting For It Shows The United Fight For Equality

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Monty Is Fiennes
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1 year ago

Poignant...

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At around 20:08, two police officers arrived at the scene. Mr. Floyd was sitting in a car parked around the corner with two other people.

After approaching them, one of the officers, Thomas Lane, pulled out his gun and ordered Mr. Floyd to show his hands. In an account of the incident, prosecutors didn't explain why Mr. Lane thought it necessary to draw his gun.

According to the prosecutors, Mr. Lane "put his hands on Mr. Floyd, and pulled him out of the car". Then Mr. Floyd began actively resisting handcuffs.

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A Protester And A Police Officer Today In Fargo. This Is What Solidarity Looks Like

A Protester And A Police Officer Today In Fargo. This Is What Solidarity Looks Like

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Linda HS
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1 year ago

Respect!

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Once handcuffed, however, Mr. Floyd became compliant and Mr. Lane explained that he was being arrested for "passing counterfeit currency".

But when officers tried to put Mr. Floyd in their squad car, a struggle erupted.

At around 20:14, Mr. Floyd "stiffened up, fell to the ground, and told the officers he was claustrophobic", a transcript released by authorities explained.

Mr. Chauvin arrived at the scene. He and other officers were involved in further attempts to get Mr. Floyd in the police car.

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It’s Not White vs. Black, Rich vs. Poor, Police vs. Citizens....it’s Everyone vs. Racists

It’s Not White vs. Black, Rich vs. Poor, Police vs. Citizens....it’s Everyone vs. Racists

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Nash Nopper
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1 year ago

YES!

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At 20:19, Mr. Chauvin pulled Mr. Floyd out of the passenger side, causing the man to fall to the ground.

As he lay there, face down, still in handcuffs, witnesses started to film Mr. Floyd. He appeared to be in a distressed state. These moments, captured on multiple mobile phones and shared widely on social media, were Mr. Floyd's last.

As officers were restraining Mr. Floyd, Mr. Chauvin placed his left knee between his head and neck.

"I can't breathe," Mr. Floyd said repeated, pleading for his mother and begging "please, please, please".

Mr. Chauvin kept his knee on Mr. Floyd's neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds.

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My 6yr Old Daughter, She Sees Whats On The News, We Explained What Happened To George Floyd And She Was Mortified. Today She Made A Sign And Is Doing Her Own Peaceful Protest In Our Front Yard. I Am So Proud!

My 6yr Old Daughter, She Sees Whats On The News, We Explained What Happened To George Floyd And She Was Mortified. Today She Made A Sign And Is Doing Her Own Peaceful Protest In Our Front Yard. I Am So Proud!

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Bonnie Osborne
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1 year ago

That little girl has more empathy and strength than the president of the U.S.A. She is a gem.

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About 6 minutes into that period, Mr. Floyd became non-responsive. It was approximately then when Mr. Floyd fell silent and bystanders urged the officers to check his pulse.

One of the other officers, JA Kueng, did exactly that and said he "couldn't find one". But the officers did not move.

At 20:27, Mr. Chauvin removed his knee from Mr. Floyd's neck. He was taken to the Hennepin County Medical Center in an ambulance and was pronounced dead around an hour later.

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From The Raleigh Protest

From The Raleigh Protest

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Electric Ed
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1 year ago

Believe it, lady :( Maybe this time makes the difference?

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On Friday, Hennepin County Attorney Michael Freeman charged Mr. Chauvin with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. His bail has been set at $500,000.

Mr. Floyd's family and their attorney, Benjamin Crump, are upset that Mr. Chauvin wasn't charged with a more serious offense.

"We expected a first-degree murder charge. We want a first-degree murder charge. And we want to see the other officers arrested," Crump and the family said in a statement. "We call on authorities to revise the charges to reflect the true culpability of this officer."

If convicted of third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter, Mr. Chauvin would be facing up to 25 years in prison on the first charge and up to 10 years on the second.

Mr. Freeman said charges against the other three officers are likely.

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Portland, Oregon. Police Demonstrating And Trying To Show They Hear And Understand The Frustration.

Portland, Oregon. Police Demonstrating And Trying To Show They Hear And Understand The Frustration.

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Sabse
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1 year ago

Not all cops are racists. Only the President is a racist.

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A GoFundMe campaign dedicated to George Floyd has raised more than $7 million.

George Floyd's brother, Philonise Floyd, organized the fundraiser, which is called the Official George Floyd Memorial Fund. According to the page's description, the funds will be used to cover funeral and burial expenses, grief counseling and lodging and travel for all court proceedings.

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We’re Stronger Together

We’re Stronger Together

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Kjorn
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1 year ago

I love that picture! Cops too are sick of that shit

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Now, after tens of thousands of people flooded the streets across the United States, after buildings were set on fire and businesses were looted, President Trump has criticized the unrest, and Attorney General William P. Barr warned people that contributing to the destruction could make them face federal charges. Gov. Tim Walz of Minnesota said the people who are defying curfews and trying to instigate police were no longer protesting police brutality, but rather seeking to exploit Mr. Floyd’s death for their own political motives.

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George Floyd - Philadelphia Protest Today

George Floyd - Philadelphia Protest Today

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Leo Domitrix
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1 year ago

The people who clean up the injuries and notify families, "I'm sorry, he didn't make it"... are gonna be against racial violence. My mom in the 1960s? Same. Me now? Same. We all bleed red, folks.

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This Man Has Been Standing Alone In Our Town Square For The Past Few Days, Gods Bless His Courage

This Man Has Been Standing Alone In Our Town Square For The Past Few Days, Gods Bless His Courage

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Lisa loves cats
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1 year ago

Thank you for standing up in what you believe in

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Helping Cleaning Up

Helping Cleaning Up

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Loki’s Lil Butter Knife
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1 year ago

I saw these images circulating on social media earlier this morning and they are truly moving. These are the images that the news rarely shows us and likely doesn't want us to see. I will never ever be able to understand the level of sadness, anger, hurt, and frustration felt by the black community, but I'm so happy to see images like these of communities of all skin tones, sexual orientations, ages, and religions band together to foster change.

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Even The 'Church Of God' Community Are Standing By George

Even The 'Church Of God' Community Are Standing By George

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KatHat
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1 year ago

Fun fact: Not all "Plain" folks are Amish. These people are a 20th century cult called Church of God Restoration. Still cool they turned up, but they're not Amish. https://www.facebook.com/tcog1/posts/1137238226631351?hc_location=ufi

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Cops In Kansas City Joined The Local Protest

Cops In Kansas City Joined The Local Protest

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Electric Ed
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1 year ago

I can just imagine shift change. "Hey Greg, want my sign? I need to get into my riot gear"

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Santa Cruz Police Chief Taking A Knee With Peaceful Protesters During A Demonstration In Santa Cruz, Ca

Santa Cruz Police Chief Taking A Knee With Peaceful Protesters During A Demonstration In Santa Cruz, Ca

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Kaisu
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1 year ago

This is nice, but cops need to do more. Someone said that even if there are 1000 good cops and 10 bad cops, if the 1000 good cops don't make sure the 10 bad cops are brought to justice, then there are 1010 bad cops.

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Danish Sympathy March For George Floyd. ~10.000 People Marching Peacefully Through Copenhagen.

Danish Sympathy March For George Floyd. ~10.000 People Marching Peacefully Through Copenhagen.

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Peter Korpershoek
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1 year ago

My faith in America restores a little more :-P

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Spreading The Love

Spreading The Love

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Caley Buxton
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1 year ago

Honest question: obviously all people, black and white, are most likely aware of this right now. Is it encouraging or annoying of me, as a white woman, to say something supportive to any black person I encounter? I don't want to bother someone in the middle of a store or "single them out" for being black, but I also don't want to ignore the situation.

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This Is Also Happening In Minneapolis

This Is Also Happening In Minneapolis

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Aragorn II Elessar
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1 year ago

Yes! It’s not just rioters. There’s good people here

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A Group Of People Forming A Human Barricade And Protecting The Store To Prevent People From Looting

A Group Of People Forming A Human Barricade And Protecting The Store To Prevent People From Looting

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Ellie Edwards
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1 year ago

Shart take your tin foil hat off and get off the internet for the day, I think you've had quite enough

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Where Are The News Vans Now?

Where Are The News Vans Now?

“The news crews focus on black people looting, but there are many of us here also trying to clean up. They don’t focus on that!” This is Marvin Applewhite. He is leading efforts to clean up after riots. I haven't heard any news organization show that there are people like him out there. He has a GoFundMe to help with supplies and food for the other volunteers

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Narwhal Blast
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1 year ago

Amazing man! This is such an awesome example!!!

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Modist Brewing In Minneapolis

Modist Brewing In Minneapolis

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Alice White
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1 year ago

But sometimes stopping for a beer andActually having a conversation with your fellows can diffuse tensions. And I doubt they'd provide alcohol to looters. I honestly think although it might look clumsy, it's still trying to help.

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Police Captain Joins Protesters

Police Captain Joins Protesters

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Linda HS
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1 year ago

I'm crying my eyes out...this is sooo very touching

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Police In Muskegon, Mi Showing Their Support For Protesters Outside Of The County Courthouse Today.

Police In Muskegon, Mi Showing Their Support For Protesters Outside Of The County Courthouse Today.

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Narwhal Blast
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1 year ago

Oh my! I just noticed her shoes! They're amazing and if she can protest on those heels, kudos to her! That's amazing!!!

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It’s Not Black vs. White People, It Is Everyone vs. Racists

It’s Not Black vs. White People, It Is Everyone vs. Racists

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Electric Ed
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1 year ago

Somehow this saddens me. He's a cop. He shouldn't need to make justice happen with a sign.

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Protesters Gathering In Front Of The Us Embassy In Berlin, Germany Today. We Stand With You

Protesters Gathering In Front Of The Us Embassy In Berlin, Germany Today. We Stand With You

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Hans
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1 year ago

There have been several players of Bundesliga showing their solidarity this weekend.

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A Friend Of Mine In Minnesota. Stay Safe, Everyone. Except You, Tony.

A Friend Of Mine In Minnesota. Stay Safe, Everyone. Except You, Tony.

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Lea Springstead
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1 year ago

lol my ex's name is Tony

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The Police Taking A Knee With Protesters In Miami, Florida

The Police Taking A Knee With Protesters In Miami, Florida

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Linda HS
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1 year ago

Respect!

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5/31/20 Washington Dc. “What The Media Doesn’t Show”

5/31/20 Washington Dc. “What The Media Doesn’t Show”

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Narwhal Blast
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1 year ago

This looks like they're sharing a good joke and it warms my heart <3

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Flint Police Just Laid Down Their Shields And Batons And Started Walking With Protestors

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Beatrice Multhaupt
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1 year ago

Walk with us, each day and each night, each shade and each light

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Protesters Spray Painted All Over This Monument Last Night. We Were All Trying To Scrub It Off When This Guy Showed Up With A Powerwasher.

Protesters Spray Painted All Over This Monument Last Night. We Were All Trying To Scrub It Off When This Guy Showed Up With A Powerwasher.

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Narwhal Blast
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1 year ago

I love power washing, it is so soothing to watch!

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Emotional Moment Between An Officer And Protestor

Emotional moment between an Officer and Protestor from r/MadeMeSmile

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Just another bot
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1 year ago

Ok proper tears now. This whole post warmed my heart.

Kelli Knight
Community Member
1 year ago

It breaks my heart to not only see his pain but also feel it. My heart has hope bc this officer’s compassion was beaming to give this young man hope and faith in a crazy time as this.

Karen Arbaugh
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1 year ago

I honestly see exhaustion in this boys face. Years of exhaustion

Joan Kurtz
Community Member
1 year ago

I'm in tears. This is such a relief! I never dreamed this would happen, all across our country! We are starting to heal, but the grief it brings up!!! More dead in this way than I've wanted to tally. It's too painful! Finally, FINALLY we are coming together to protect each other from this evil of racism, coming together to reclaim our country and our identity as the caring, loving, nurturing people we are. Finally, the tide has turned. Finally, we are protecting each other.

Rudrani Love
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1 year ago (edited)

yeah... wish this one had the sound ON as well !

Janet Cox
Community Member
1 year ago

Filling up...this is so real, so touching and so raw. Many cops are finding this all very difficult too...they want to report colleagues but their superiors are sometimes approving of this racism and so the reporting officer has a real problem to contend with. Does he speak out to the offending officer, knowing full well that he will be supported by his racist commander...or does he tell the racist commander knowing full well that he is likely to lose his job or at least made very uncomfortable in work??? There needs to be a system where normal cops can report these racists without any comeback on them.

Pat Noud
Community Member
1 year ago

This made me cry along with that boy...as a "privileged" elderly white woman, I was always told as a child that if I ran into trouble, seek out a policeman for help. I didn't know that it was a privilege my neighbors and school friends growing up in Detroit Michigan didn't have or would never have. That's why these things make me cry.

Kathy Callaghan
Community Member
1 year ago

Change is going to come for the better. Police departments will do better, weed out the bad and appreciate the good. Making it is and respectably to tell on a bad officer. Community involvement and better training, We can do better. We must do better, #enoughisenough

Maggie Clifford-Bandstra
Community Member
1 year ago

Beautiful

Lisa Waddell
Community Member
1 year ago

Very beautiful!

Rose Brien Harrington
Community Member
1 year ago

I couldn't hear what they were saying, it won't play the sound for me. Anyone tell me what was said please? It looked like a very positive encounter.

Elise Miller
Community Member
1 year ago

Rose Brien Harrington (writng through my tears) The officer said "...feel your pain, we're here, with you...alright? okay?...we're here with you" as the man sobbed

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Imelda Gagne
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1 year ago

"We are all here together" love this scene, very comforting words fr the officer

Bev Ramolae
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1 year ago

The comments are there. 665 listed above.

Stephanie Webb
Community Member
1 year ago

This is beautiful things like this give me hope that we will all get through these horrible times together.

Max L.
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1 year ago

Let's hope for Derek'n'part

Mildred Thompson
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10 months ago

LOVE!

Saida Dempster
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1 year ago

This brings me to tears of joy!

Bellatrix Lestrange
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1 year ago

This warms my heart

Fred Bigox
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1 year ago

Brouģt another tear. Great to see

Patricia Yerian
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1 year ago

This truly brings tears to my eyes.

Patricia Yerian
Community Member
1 year ago

This makes my eyes water.

Ora Burnett
Community Member
1 year ago

I look at these posts and videos and all I can do is cry.... I'm hurt because I know we are better than what is being displayed...I have worked in some type of law enforcement/security since I was 17, I am about to be 53. I am from the south and Yet I have faced some type of racism more than once, I will not become like those who hate... I just want us to get along...We can't condemn all for one...

Jane Campbell
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1 year ago

Don't know what to say except thank god there are places where all people all safe.

Jane Alexander
Community Member
1 year ago

No words needed. This picture is worth many thousand words; A moving picture in more ways than one.

Ana Gomez
Community Member
1 year ago

Un momento bien emotivo entre un policía y un manifestante

Debby Marengo
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1 year ago

I would love to hear the words that caused this woman to break into tears - and the officer who comforted her.

Dayna Leslie
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1 year ago

This made me cry ❤️😭

Terri Richardson
Community Member
1 year ago

my second comment, I keep coming back to this video and it make ME hurt for this young soul. I am a mother of three I can feel his pain and sorrow. I pray that he finds comfort somehow so sad to watch makes me cry like a baby :(

Terri Richardson
Community Member
1 year ago

my second comment...wish I could find this broken soul and give a big hug. Maybe treat to a good meal and a getaway from all the noise and hurt. I keep going back to watch this, I am a mother of three it makes ME hurt to see this, I cry along with him :(

Ellen LePera
Community Member
1 year ago

Love is strongest power on earth.

Allie Dillon
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1 year ago

This was in my town! Shreveport, Louisiana! I’m praying with everything inside of me that the protests today and this Saturday are just like this!

Pseudo Puppy
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1 year ago

this both breaks my heart & gives me hope..... <3

katboxjanitor
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1 year ago

What an awesome, HUMAN moment. So many people are reluctant to reach out, even me. I have had to break a few of my early childhood "lessons" in order to be an ally for friend of color and people with disabilities.

Zack Watts
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1 year ago

That might be the coolest thing I've ever seen! Even cooler than a 1,000 horsepower mini-van!!

Meyer Weinstock
Community Member
1 year ago

I'd like to think that is is more common than we see...community policing is now around 30 years old, and many minorities now have improved interactions with authorities, than I saw as a kid in the 60s.

Daniel Eng
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1 year ago

This brought tears to my eyes!

Jane Stevenson
Community Member
1 year ago

For me this is the ONE that makes me cry, this is the one I need my children to see, this is onee that I am taking to my lowest moments

Laura Cannon Gregory
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1 year ago

Were all in this together!!! Emphasize TOGETHER!!!!

vivian moore
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1 year ago

This moved me to tears.

Linda Clements
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1 year ago

Compassion

Bryce Miller
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1 year ago

Love this soooo much

S. Lynne Jones
Community Member
1 year ago

Wow! This young man is tired of the anger. Thanks to the cop who reached out

Domoneeq Vs
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1 year ago

I am so glad in the mist of all the negative, someone is making sure to capture the positive!

Gary James
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1 year ago

Wish they both had masks on.

Nan LeClair
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1 year ago

<3 <3 <3

Tina Matzat
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1 year ago

<3

ABC
Community Member
1 year ago

You should cry for messing up the country also. Otherwise, you are a Selfish citizen. Remember, you will need to work to survive the same place you looted.

Cj Rolphe
Community Member
1 year ago

give them HOPE....PLEASE!

Ninja Nonna
Community Member
1 year ago

Too much.

Alex DeRoeck
Community Member
1 year ago

maybe this is hope maybe they're out numbered and have no other choice - point is the blue wall must come down and bad cops must be ousted

Rebecca McManus
Community Member
1 year ago

That brought tears to my eyes

Mary Barry
Community Member
1 year ago

I was crying myself with this young man. If there's one thing I want these kids to have it's a Future. A Future without fear, without prejudice, without hopelessness. A future with peace, respect and love.

Cornelia Hughes
Community Member
1 year ago

wonderful...all of this made me tearful

Erni Davis Spencer-Fields
Community Member
1 year ago

Thanks for giving hope.

Natelle Bracken
Community Member
1 year ago

Made me cry. Kid don’t find it easy to know what he knows now.

Santino Marazzo
Community Member
1 year ago

My heart bleeds for this young man. He probably won't see my comment. I would tell him that I love him. Also I would thank the officer for being there for him.

Judy Rofe
Community Member
1 year ago

There is mutual respect, it's just been buried too long.

Suz-Anne SEUSS
Community Member
1 year ago

I want to hug both of them

Teri Wadding
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1 year ago

I can't tell if this is a positive or negative interaction..

Pat Gonzales
Community Member
1 year ago

Everyone needs a hug in these terrible times

CincyReds
Community Member
1 year ago

This is making me cry

Aya Mathilde Stobbe
Community Member
1 year ago

This made me cry.. So much hurt and yet relief..

Marianne Crabb
Community Member
1 year ago

Brought tears to my eyes and pain in my heart

Tracey Ritchie
Community Member
1 year ago

This brought tears to my eyes, black lives matter - there is no place for racism in this world.

Astrid Tscharntke
Community Member
1 year ago

heartbreaking

Jerry Behrmann
Community Member
1 year ago

Young people should be able to live their life feeling safe and accepted and unafraid. They should not have any confusion over their worth. We are children of one God and he loves us all equally. Political opinion is not what drives us, it's our hearts and we must find a way to change the hearts of men.

Elizabeth Allancorte
Community Member
1 year ago

MORE, MORE, MORE!!!

Mary Gagliardi
Community Member
1 year ago

I can’t see this one. Won’t play

Jim Post
Community Member
1 year ago

Made me want to cry. There is so much compassion in the world. How did we get here?

Leann Hillmer
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1 year ago

BordosV, I had noticed that also.

Susan MacVicar
Community Member
1 year ago

I didn't realize I could post after each picture. This entire thread has had tears streaming down my face.

Claire Armstrong
Community Member
1 year ago

That's because the tears are blinding us all at these ones!!

Amanda Webber
Community Member
1 year ago

Making me cry.

SoozeeQ
Community Member
1 year ago

Wow! For some reason, I couldn't hear this on Bored Panda, so went to the original post on Reddit. That police officer is so kind. The way that he talks to that kid and holds him, he’s treating him as though he’s comforting his own son. I bet he’d be a great dad, and a great leader. Also, has anyone else noticed that he appears to be wearing a mourning band for George Floyd on his shield, which Jason Black mentioned in an earlier post. This is usually done for fallen officers and is very significant.

Jacquie Rose
Community Member
1 year ago

This made me smile, and then cry. Watch til the end.

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Standing Together With The Residents

Standing Together With The Residents

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catslave6
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1 year ago

Thank you, Camden!

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#32

Lawers Offering Pro Bono Services For Arrested Protestors

Lawers Offering Pro Bono Services For Arrested Protestors

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Dave Chapman
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1 year ago

Just make sure you don't offer free service to the looters, arsonists and anarchists.

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Police In Downtown Portland Are Kneeling In Front Of Protesters

Police In Downtown Portland Are Kneeling In Front Of Protesters

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Cold Contagious
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1 year ago

A very moving selfless act that's more powerful than words.

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Protesters Chanted: “Walk With Us!!”

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XxInstantKarmaxX
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1 year ago

This is so beautiful screw racism

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There Is Hope

There Is Hope

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Felicia Dale
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1 year ago

This is what we all need.

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