The Double-Edged Sword of Talking About Addressing Police Violence - The Example of SF 49s CEO

Recently, San Francisco 49ers CEO Jed York pledged one million dollars to two Bay Area charities to work for economic and racial justice. This was a critical acknowledgment of the need to address some of the issues that Colin Kaepernick's protest has raised, considering Kaepernick is receiving death threats for his actions

Breaking News: Another Fatal Police Shooting in Charlotte

In Charlotte, NC, Keith Scott, a disabled man, was shot and killed by Charlotte police officer, Brentley Vinson, today around 4pm EDT. The police were looking for someone that had a current warrant when Mr. Scott supposedly went inside a car and came back with a weapon. Officers then responded with deadly force. Some bystanders do not agree with the police's account of the story. They say that the item was not a gun but a book:

Terence Crutcher Dead at the Hands of Tulsa Police

It seems that police still are not getting the memo about shooting unarmed citizens who are following instructions. As seen in the video below, Terence Crutcher was following police instructions while having his hands up. He puts his hands on his vehicle and then is shot. The helicopter camera captures the footage while the police are already calling him 'a bad man'. It is apparent that this is an extra-judicial shooting. When will the system change and not allow someone's life to end so easily? People weigh in on this tragedy: