On two occasions this week, while listening to PBS News, reporters used the plural possessive pronoun “our” when referring to Black people and another marginalized group.
“I thought I said persons of color,” Switzer said in the recording before apologizing. Switzer then added he doesn’t “say the N-word either.”
“While we cannot predict what will happen, we are ready and have multiple plans to help our students succeed,” Dr. Leigh Goodson said.
“It is irresponsible to do nothing about the lack of health care facilities in minority and lower-income communities,” Susan Porter said.
“I think the video is very clear that they were on the truck with guns hunting him down,” said Benjamin Crump, an attorney for Arbery’s father. “I don’t know what more you need to make an arrest.”
Desmond Tolbert, 29, of Dawson, Ga., walks alone through the hallway of his parents’ home, where he also lives, on Saturday, April 18, 2020, after both his parents, Nellie “Pollye Ann” Mae and Benjamin Tolbert died a few days apart from COVID-19 in Dawson, Ga.
“Yes, I am already planning on Cat being home. I’m OK with it, I like her home, but I think we need to really begin to consider how we reach the most vulnerable communities,” NPU representative Colleen Cook said.