• Van Jones On George Floyd (discuss racism)
  • Anja Böckmann
  • 30.06.2020
  • Englisch
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  • Van Jones
    Van Jones On George Floyd, Police Brutality, & What Comes Next - CONAN on TBS - 02.06.2020

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    (to) beg

    (to) humiliate

    (to) intimidate

    law enforcement

    incredible

    despair

    (to) argue

    disturbance

    enviroment

    response

    lawlessness

    literally

    counterfeit

    prosecutor

    attorrney

    intention

    reckless

    Thema

    bitten, flehen

    demütigen, erniedrigen

    einschüchtern

    Gesetzesvollzug

    unglaublich

    Verzweiflung

    streiten

    Störung, Unruhe

    Umgebung

    Antwort, Reaktion

    Gesetzlosigkeit

    buchstäblich

    Fälschung

    Staatsanwalt

    Rechtsanwalt

    Absicht, Intention

    rücksichtslos

    charge

    plead

    exasperation

    leverage

    (to) deny

    accessory to murder

    scot-free

    bipartisan

    (to) sue

    (to) demote

    egregious

    (to) be at stake

    employee

    monopoly on violence

    badge

    (to) obey

    riot

    Anklage

    verteidigen

    Verärgerung

    Einfluss

    verleugnen

    Beihilfe zum Mord

    ungeschoren

    überparteilich

    verklagen

    degradieren

    ungeheuerlich

    auf dem Spiel stehen

    Mitarbeiter

    Gewaltmonopol

    Abzeichen

    gehorchen

    Aufruhr

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    Decide which of these statements Van Jones actually makes
    true
    false
    Black parents always told their kids that they would be safe from bad officers if they behaved properly.
    Lynching of black men in public with the community being helpless humiliates and intimidates the police.
    The message of lynching is: We can do whatever we want to you and you can’t do anything about it.
    There will always be police brutality and racism.
    A „third degree murder“ means that somebody said „oopsy“ when they committed the murder.
    The pain must be accepted but it should not have the last word.
    African Americans don’t want peaceful streets no more.