Reflecting On A Week Of Protests, Being Black In San Diego, Coronavirus Numbers Up Slightly
KPBS Midday Edition / June 5, 2020
More than 2,000 demonstrators marched from downtown San Diego through Hillcrest Thursday night over the death of George Floyd. We check in with a community organizer about this week’s protests in San Diego and where the movement against police violence and racial injustice goes from here. Also, a San Diego native describes the “daily grid” of what it’s like to be a black man in “America’s Finest City.” Plus, NPR’s Code-Switch podcast looks back on a decade of watching black people die in America. Plus, protests against police brutality have been taking place in the middle of a pandemic and public health officials are watching coronavirus numbers closely.