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From the Pages of Orlando Weekly: Controversial Florida bill to crack down on protests

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis first proposed a bill to crack down on violent protests last September. Last Wednesday, with extraordinary timing, the Florida House and Senate released their latest version of the bill as supporters of Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol. DeSantis says the legislation would protect Florida from similar mob revolts. But the truth is that his proposal was born in the aftermath of the Black Lives Matter protests of 2020. And Florida’s Democratic lawmakers say it’s designed to silence Black and Brown people. Senator Perry Thurston calls it “overkill.” As Thurston points out, this bill treads on free speech rights for “every group that the governor or the government disagrees with,” no matter what banner they fly. …
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Claire Elise holds a painting of George Floyd. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Pastor Roderick Zak & Dr. Eric Smaw Discuss The Protests

This year a new generation of protesters have taken to the streets to demand change– and an end to police brutality. Dr. Eric Smaw, associate professor of philosophy at Rollins College and Pastor Roderick Zak of Rejoice in the Lord ministries join Intersection to discuss why these protests are different, and what systemic changes are needed.
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