For days, hundreds of thousands of people have filled the streets of 160 cities across the country, even during the coronavirus pandemic, expressing their outrage and grief at the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Two Black leaders of the CFT, with long histories of fighting for racial equity, say they could not help being profoundly moved by the murder itself, and the outpouring of rage in response.
UPDATE: On April 1, delegates to CFT
Convention unanimously passed Resolution 14 titled “Reclaim the
promise of racial equity for Black males in California,” which
called for adoption of the report written by the Racial Equity