L.A.'s Black community feels white support is long overdue

As Donny Joubert watched a Minneapolis police officer kneel into the neck of George Floyd, he was outraged at yet another example of police brutality.

So too was the rest of the nation, and the pain of Floyd’s death has resulted in weeks of mass protests.

Joubert and others in the Black community are encouraged that these protests are centered not in South Los Angeles but in upscale business districts and locales and have attracted a kaleidoscope of races demanding justice. But they’re…

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