UN rights council agrees to urgent debate on racism, police violence 2


The UN Human Rights Council started a debate today on “systemic racism” in the United States, at the urging of all 54 African nations and the family of George Floyd. This isn’t the first time the UN has taken up U.S. racism — and it’s not the first time the U.S. government has denied its inquiries.

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