Live coverage: President Obama addresses the nation on the need for law enforcement reform

At 5 PM ET, President Barack Obama will address the nation on the need for change in the wake of the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and far too many others.

With Donald Trump erecting walls between himself and the public and a nameless army occupying the nation’s capital, Obama’s speech is desperately needed by a nation sorely lacking in either practical or moral leadership. The speech promises to provide not just words of encouragement (needed) but “reforms to combat police violence and systemic racism within law enforcement” (even more needed). Join with us as a community to listen to President Obama’s address, and to discuss the steps needed not to end the protest, but to address the need for this protest.

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