The Washington Post – The country’s ongoing discussions about the deaths of unarmed black men and women at the hands of police inspired a number of pop culture moments in 2016, from Beyoncé’s fiery performance at the Super Bowl to Jesse Williams’s impassioned speech at the BET Awards.
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