On Wednesday, Former President, held a virtual town hall event. The event was organized with young people to discuss the policing. The Former President also discussed the civil unrest followed in the nation after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Former President of America is taking on an increasingly public role as the nation encounters the intersection of historic crises. He has detected racial discrimination and socio-economic inequalities in America and reshaped the November election.
Barack Obama is giving a sign of readiness to sharply critique his successor, President Donald Trump. By doing so, he has refreshed what many democrats see as a National leadership space.
Barack Obama drew parallels between the present unrest prevailing in the nation to the protest movements of the 1960s. He said that the polls are showing the majority of Americans supporting today’s protesters and forming a union, which the nation didn’t have that time.
Last week the former President gave a written statement and said that he understands that millions of Americans are waiting to bring life to normalcy but said that the normal life of people of color in the US involves treating differently on the basis of race.
The statement came as a reaction to the death of black Floyd. The Vice President during the time of Obama has called this week the restoration of some administration actions in the wake of Floyd’s death.