Harris calls for end of police violence toward people of color in speech ahead of Trump’s RNC address


Dem vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris called for an end to the “all too familiar” cases of police violence toward people of color.
Harris, a U.S.senator. and former California AG, in a counter-speech ahead of President Trump’s convention appearance tonight, said Americans are seeing community pain “in the aftermath of yet another Black man shot by police.”
“My heart goes out to the Blake family as they endure an ordeal that is tragically common in our country,” she said.
She said she and Dem presidential candidate Joe Biden spoke with Blake’s family yesterday, and that his family reite...

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