In the 1920s, the NAACP would hang a flag outside its New York City offices whenever a black man was killed as a result of racial violence. It would read:
“A Man Was Lynched Yesterday.”
With the recent spate of law enforcement shootings, beatings and killings of unarmed men and women from the global majority, it has prompted The Karen Hunter Show to carry the banner started by the NAACP by listing the victims of police brutality. If there is a recent case that’s missing, please let us know: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To get a sense of police violence toward American citizens from the Global Majority
We honor these victims by keeping their names and stories alive.