George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and more represent recent unjust deaths in America that have led to protests and riots across the entire United States. The phrase “I Can’t Breathe” was part of the last words George Floyd spoke as he died under the weight of a police officer who had his knee in his neck while 3 other officers watched on and did nothing.
“I Can’t Breathe” has now become the new cry of the black community that has been struggling for as long as American History itself to breathe and find their place in society and be heard, seen, and treated equally.
On this episode Brad and Brian are joined by Michael and continue our talk about these events, the protests, the riots, and what it’s like to be a black person growing up in America. It’s a hard conversation, but a needed one that we hope you’ll take the time to listen to. #BlackLivesMatter
Opening Music: “Angry Dance” by Simon Panrucker
Outro Music: “Clear Progress” by Scott Holmes