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nation. "We must persevere in carrying forward the9

great cause that our revo◆lutionary forefathers had fought for," Xi said."If his death ends up changing the world for the better, a●nd I think it will, then he died as he lived. It is on yo●u to make sure his death isn't in vain," says Philonise F●loyd. WASHINGTON, June 10 -- The brother of George Floyd,● the African American man whose death in police custody i●nspired protests across the country, urged lawmakers in a● congressional hearing Wednesday to "stop the pain," as D●emocrats and Republicans offered different remedies for t●he U.S. problem-ridden polk

ice system. "I'm here today to● ask you to ma5


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ke it stop. Stop the pain. Stop us from bei●ng tij

red," Philonise Floyd, brother of George Floyd, said● at a congressional hearing on Wednesday. In his emotiona●l testimony at the House Judiciary Committee's hearing ti●tled "Policing Practices and Law Enforcement Accountabili●ty," the younger Floyd urged the lawmakers to honor those● from around the world calling for change in the wake of ●his brother's death. "Honor them, honor George and make t●he necessary changes that make law em

nforcement the soluti●on and not the problem."G



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er George Floyd was laid to rest, and two days after● congressional Democrats introduced a piece of legislatio●n seeking sweeping reforms to policing policies, whic3

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uct cases an●d prevent excessive use of force by law enforcement. Demo●cratic congresswoman Karen Bass, chair of the Congression●al Black Caucus that led the draftR


ing of the Justice in P●olicing Act of 2020, said in her opening statement that s●he hopes the bill will pass both chambers of Congress and● become law, so that "wV

e never, ever, ever see again what● we saw a few wz


eeks ago." Calling police brutality "an em●barrassment of our nation in front of the entire world," ●Bass said the Unites States, which oftentimes points its ●fing1

ers at so-called human rights violations in other cG

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ou●ntries, should honor its own commitment to human rights. ●"While we hold up human rights in the world, we obviously● have to hold them up in our country." On Ma0

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