The UN debates on racism and police violence in the United States

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The UN debates on racism and police violence in the United States

Yesterday, the United Nations Human Rights Council started an intense debate on racism and violence by police authorities in the United States. Throug

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Yesterday, the United Nations Human Rights Council started an intense debate on racism and violence by police authorities in the United States.

Through a video message sent to the United Nations Human Rights Council, George Floyd’s brother, Philonise Floyd, urged them to analyze racism, the death of black people due to police actions and the violence against peaceful demonstrations in the American country.

In the message, he asked the UN to attend to the Africa Group’s call, that after his brother’s death, asked for the creation of a Commission of Inquiry that would generate a report on the events that took place in the United States.

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