June 6, 2020
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Lifestyle brands have responded to George Floyd’s death and its aftermath. Black-owned L.A. fashion brands have T-shirts to raise awareness and funds for organizations like Black Lives Matter. Black nursery owners may build gardens for the rich and famous but still get stopped by the police. Our fashion editor recounts his experience as a black man in America.

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Protests over the police killing of George Floyd are springing up in more affluent, white and suburban areas than law enforcement protests have before. Experts say the trend reflects a sea change in the views of white residents.
Jimmy Williams and his son Logan are black owners of a popular Silver Lake nursery that sells organic vegetable plants and builds gardens for the rich and famous, but that didn’t stop the police from pulling them over in their work van one day, saying, ‘We’ve had several robberies in the area.’
In the aftermath of George Floyd’s death, we dig into Color of Change’s study of crime TV shows’ harmful treatment of race, policing and criminal justice.
When choreographer Jacob Jonas posted a photo of a black dancer with a white police officer to his 148,000 followers, some called for accountability.
The chief executive and co-owner of the famed Second City improv theater said he is stepping down amid accusations of racism leveled at the club
Oyelowo and DuVernay said that academy members refused to vote for ‘Selma’ after cast and crew protested the death of Eric Garner in police custody.
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While the coronavirus outbreak will make for a unique 2020 season, the Rams endured a pair of unusual seasons in the 1980s.
Several sports leagues think they have figured out a way to safely return to play in the age of COVID-19. Sacrifices and dramatic adjustments will be required.
The Galaxy released Aleksandar Katai after learning the midfielder’s wife posted racist comments to social media in the wake of George Floyd’s death.
A serious foot injury has cost linebacker Solomon Tuliaupupu the first two seasons of his USC career. He’s hoping he can stay healthy in 2020.
The COVID-19 pandemic is keeping almost everyone away from observances for the June 6, 1944, allied invasion, from government leaders to frail veterans who might not get another chance for a final farewell to their fallen comrades.
The former director of the Tijuana city police, Gustavo Huerta, was arrested Friday after a warrant was issued against him for the crime of torture, the State Attorney General’s Office said.
For black religious leaders across the United States, the last 10 days have been a tumultuous test of their stamina and skills.
Google says hackers backed by foreign countries targeted the Trump and Biden campaigns, but it saw no evidence that the attempts were successful.
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