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Large-scale riots broke out in Baltimore after the assassination of Martin Luther King, the leader of the Black Civil Rights Movement, in 1968.
The unrest ended with six people dead, 700 injured and about 1,000 businesses ransacked. Half a century on, some troublespots have yet to recover.
"We never really recovered from the 1968 riots," Baltimore City Council President Jack Young said in a 2015 interview. "
And in 2015, Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man in Baltimore, accidentally died after entering a police car.
After Gray's death, mass protests in downtown Baltimore turned violent, resulting in the arrest of 34 police officers and the injury of 15.
After Gary's burial, protests were endless, local shops were looted and burned, civil unrest intensified, and eventually, Governor Larry Hogan. Hogan declared a state of emergency in Baltimore, which began a period of curfew.
The incident also appeared in time for Time magazine that year.
Now, five years later, police violence is back in the limelight, racial discrimination is back on the rise, and people have gathered in large numbers to protest, seemingly recreating scenes from 1968 and 2015.
I don't know if this cover map of Time magazine will be used again?
We all know that this incident was more serious than the two previous incidents, when African-American men were stabbed to death by white police officers in the context of COVID-19, sparking demonstrations and riots in the United States, during which the United States police have more than once turned in front-line journalists.
On the morning of the 29th local time, CNN reporter was arrested by the police, after the Governor of Minnesota apologized, the reporter and two other staff members were released.
On the evening of May 29, local media in Kentucky, WAVE 3's camera crew was caught on fire by police "multiple times" pepper-throwing while live in Louisville.
On the afternoon of May 29, thousands of demonstrators gathered outside the White House fence to confront Secret Service agents. They tried to cross the barricades, pounding the agents' riot shields and damaging vehicles. Agents responded with batons and capsicum spray. The conflict did not subside until more than 3 a.m. on the 30th.
On the morning of the 30th, President Trump sent four tweets praising the Secret Service's response, "Well done in the White House last night, not only very professional but also very cool." I'm in the White House watching everyone's every move and i feel extremely safe."
He also issued a stern warning to the demonstrators, saying that the special union had been allowing them to scream and shout at random, but that if they broke through the White House fence, "they would be greeted by the most vicious dogs and the worst weapons I have ever seen." By that time, they will be hurt at least very seriously. Many Secret Service agents are waiting for action."
In addition, Trump's tweet also featured D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, who criticized her for refusing to call the city's police force to help quell the demonstrations.
Mr. President, how did you, before, seem to support violent demonstrators in other countries, become a blow in your own country?
So far, the unrest in the United States has spread to 22 states, with complaints of black grief and violent looting.
It should be said that it is very serious.
The Washington Post says the 100,000 people who died in the outbreak in the United States are not alone.
But they died in droves.
- Two-thirds of the dead are 80 years old or older.
In Washington, D.C., 76 percent of those who died from the new coronavirus were black. Blacks make up only 46% of the local population.
In Michigan, African-Americans make up only 14 percent of the population, but 40 percent of the new crown deaths.
These data, it is very telling.
Almost all policies since the Trump era have been racial, not in the interests of the United States or any other country in the world.
The United States is an immigrant country.
Even if there is a racist trend in the United States, these issues are irrelevant if we keep an open mind. The influx of large labor force has created countless wealth for the United States. Coupled with the fact that the United States was originally a world currency country, the dollar status is unshakable, cut short to cut the world's people's leeks, the United States without social and economic status of the ethnic groups, but also immersed in the "severe my United States" illusion, and the entry of immigrants continue to promote their social status, is more or less a comfort.
Yet Trump, who has broken the delicate balance of American social development, has broken it.
We've also seen from these events that there are a lot of white people who are gradually joining the resistance...
As long as I'm crazy, i don't know what I'm thinking? Ha ha