'Am I going to get shot?' kids ask, as brands try to explain racism and violence to children
Saturday, 6 June 2020
For 8 minutes and 46 seconds - the length of time it took George Floyd, an unarmed black man, to die at the hands of Minneapolis police - cable TV kids channel Nickelodeon's screen went black on Tuesday to sounds of inhaling and exhaling, as white text flashed "I can't breathe."
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