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Obama Invokes Tony McDade, Trans Man Killed by Police, in Speech

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Former President Barack Obama today delivered a message of sympathy and a call to action regarding police violence against Black Americans.He did so in opening an online town hall hosted by the Obama Foundation’s My Brother’s Keeper Alliance titled “Reimagining Policing in the Wake of Continued Police Violence.”He invoked the names of African-Americans who have recently died at the hands of police, including George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and transgender man Tony McDade, as well as Ahmaud Arbery;

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