CNN’s Abby Phillip and Van Jones take a look back at America’s racial reckoning in 2020

CNN's Abby Phillip and Van Jones take a look back at America's racial reckoning in 2020 1

 

The national reckoning over race and policing — sparked by the killing of George Floyd on Memorial Day — resulted in more than 10,000 demonstrations nationwide in 2020. CNN's Abby Phillip and Van Jones take a look at the public outcry for change. #CNN #News

46 Comments on "CNN’s Abby Phillip and Van Jones take a look back at America’s racial reckoning in 2020"

  1. Catfish Jenkem | December 25, 2020 at 8:26 AM | Reply

    Joggers gonna jog !!

  2. kelvianna epperson | December 25, 2020 at 9:36 AM | Reply

    Merry Christmas Everybody!!

  3. Please stop with this “woman of color” bs!

    • @sam ridges yeah that was a dumbass statement. He knew he messed when the interviewer, Charmanye tha God, didn’t laugh back and his humor was outdated from the 70’s. I’m “black” and was not offended because what he said wasn’t offensive just stupid to say.

    • Jpnewpic88.men

    • She identified as indian until picked as VP j/s..Isn’t it ironic that harris and biden have a history of locking up african american’s and Trump did the first step act freeing african american’s?

    • @sam ridges Joe first day in office he will do a EXECUTIVE ORDER making it legal to sniff kids in public. 😆

    • @richie m Is Warren a Indian too?

  4. “This was a white lash” Van Jones 2015

  5. Lovenaturenaturally bu | December 25, 2020 at 11:53 AM | Reply

    Happy holidays everyone let’s be thankful for being alive stay safe.🙏

  6. I can imagine that America needs hope and that Joe Biden is the one that they are pinning those hopes to, but honestly, as a candidate, the best thing going for him was that he wasn’t trump. He better bring the change and show what great looks like or we end up with president Ivanka in 4 years time.

  7. When you imagine that there are really devil people that dedicate their existence to only completely anihilate the light and only that, how to have peace and real stable prosperity?

  8. gold it down doe | December 25, 2020 at 12:46 PM | Reply

    The first president had a slaves teeth in his mouth

  9. Nathaniel Anderson | December 25, 2020 at 1:01 PM | Reply

    I have always thought about these issues , and worked to make a difference in my community, and in my county. We must treat people with dignity and respect. And that is just the beginning. We should all be doing step 1. Dignity and Respect.

  10. Enjoy this Xmas it will be the last before the depression

  11. There`s no way to avoid it, cops MUST train to be EMT`S & emt`s must train to be COPS !

  12. 2020 was the Swan-song of the laughably named ‘civil rights’ movement.

    This race hustling operation was finally exposed for what it really was all along.

  13. I’m so over all these media outlets reminding us of a black woman being “in power”, let’s see how far can she actually make it is what I’m questioning. Let’s not forget that a Obama’s hands were tied time and time again by a Republican senate . . . IDK why we’re celebrating another smoke curtain; a distraction for the fact that this year’s protests were apeaced by empty promises and then followed by some black VP we know was picked for decoration purposes only… #stayawakeppl

  14. Racism will never die in the US for the following two equally nefarious reasons:
    1. Ignorance.
    2. It’s great for business. Particularly in politics and the media.

  15. Where did my swamp creatures go? Here, I will redo:
    🏛=🐢🦏🤥🐸🐍🤑🐊🤥🦎😈☻🐍
    Covid-19 Bill= 🐷🐖📃🐷📃📃💰💸

  16. The Famous rleon!!! | December 25, 2020 at 4:18 PM | Reply

    The only thing we learned is how the riots have been inspired by the 1995 film “Heat”.

  17. Go to: MSNBC – Jayapal
    See: Comments; likes/dislikes ratio

  18. For the 20million that “changed” their minds there were just as many who thought the destruction was disgusting

  19. Floyd died from fentynal … we’ll never know the truth.
    Chavin died in prison and no one really knows that

  20. Nothing has changed since the founding of the US. I don’t see anything to make me believe anything will change.

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