Race Relations Strained; Another Police Shooting Surfaces
It’s a race to the bottom. A new poll found that 69 percent of Americans think relations between different races are generally bad. That’s the highest since the 1992 Rodney King riots, likely spurred by recent high profile police shootings of Black men and by the murder of five Dallas police officers. Meanwhile, body camera footage of a June 25 police shooting has been released — this time of an unarmed white teenager in Fresno, which has spurred protests more focused on police brutality than race.