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2 Jun, 2020 20:04

Roger Waters calls on artists to speak up for BLM

Rock musician Roger Waters of Pink Floyd weighs in on the ongoing  protests across the US and the how celebrities are using their platforms to raise awareness. Protests continue for the fifth consecutive day in DC outside of the White House, RT America’s Faran Fronczak gives us the latest. Police are looking more like military units, due to President Bill Clinton’s 1997 NDAA, which requires the Department of Defense to make pre-owned equipment available to local police departments. Since then, there has been more than $5 billion in military equipment transferred to local police departments. RT America’s Rick Sanchez walks us through the long history of US police militarization. 

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