MSNBC 4 Sep 2020

Floyd's Brother: 'As A Black Man In The U.S., I Want To Be Able To Go Outside' & Protect Protests


Asked how the U.S builds a fairer criminal justice system, George Floyd's brother, Philonise Floyd, says "As a Black man in the United States, I want to be able to go outside. And I want to be able to protect protests forever if I have to. Because right now, at this time of day, I don't know who's going to survive and who is not. Because you have good police officers, and you have bad police officers. You shouldn't have to sort them out." Aired on 09/04/2020.

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