The trial of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged in Floyd's death, begins with jury selection on March 8.
The study also found that trust in the Black Lives Matter movement has dropped about 10 percent among Americans since June.
The judge's orders are just a few of numerous court rules he has required to maintain order during the contentious trial.
On Friday, the Minnesota Court of Appeals called for a judge to reconsider reinstating the third-degree murder charge against Chauvin, who is charged with Floyd's death while in police custody last May. Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill dismissed the charge in 2020.
The bill would ban chokeholds and create national standards for policing, as well as outlawing "qualified immunity" for law enforcement.
Bridgewater State University in Massachusetts said it is reviewing the use of the survey after receiving "a number of student complaints."
Chauvin's trial is set to begin on March 29, with jury selection scheduled for next Monday.
"We unanimously find there is no probable cause to believe the Troopers committed any criminal offense in the shooting of Xzavier Deyonte Hill on January 9, 2021," a Virginia grand jury concluded on Friday.
Buffalo Public Schools (BPS) in Erie County, New York, found itself the subject of national headlines this week for its work incorporating anti-racist principles into its curriculum.
The WNBA team staged protests against Loeffler, a former Georgia Republican senator, for opposing the Black Lives Matter movement.
Cotton defended the op-ed he wrote for The New York Times during last summer's Black Lives Matter protests, saying his words "far exceeded" the publication's standards.
Floyd, a black man, died of asphyxiation after a white police officer kneeled on his neck. Floyd repeatedly said "I can't breathe" and his death sparked global protests over racial injustice and police brutality.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo issued Executive Order 203 last June to direct local police agencies statewide to review their forces and develop plans to improve them.
The Survival Fund is open to anyone who identifies as Black, but special consideration will be five to applicants who are transgender, single caregivers or are formerly incarcerated.
The "Avengers" star has joined those urging the county attorney to throw out charges over last summer's Black Lives Matter demonstrations in Phoenix.
Angelo Quinto, a 30-year-old Navy veteran, died three days after his encounter with police in Antioch, California.
Protesters gathered in Rochester, New York after it was announced that a grand jury had declined to indict the officers involved in Daniel Prude's death in March last year.
The "Free Kyle USA" account provides personal updates in the 18-year-old, as well as comment on the legal proceedings in the case.
A photo circulating on social media shows a female student from Nevada carrying a poster with a drawing of Floyd and the comment: "If you went to SADIES w/ me it would take my BREATH away."
"This kind of activity will not be tolerated," said GOP state Senator Rusty Crowe on Friday, adding to complaints from other lawmakers.
"The driver of that truck had his family in there, and they were scared to death," said one Oklahoma Republican who authored a bill which provides full immunity to motorists who hit demonstrators on roadways.
Despite waiting on 10-hour lines in the midst of a global pandemic in Georgia, Black people once again rallied to save democracy maybe, but first and foremost to save ourselves.
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Jedonna Dinges said her neighbor put a Ku Klux Klan flag in the side window of their home in Grosse Pointes Park, Michigan.
In a video of the scene posted on social media, an officer tells the group: "You cannot block police from exiting a police vehicle precinct."
The department has launched an internal investigation after an officer reported a photo of Floyd with the caption "You take my breath away" was being passed around by officers.
Tarrio, who is awaiting trial over weapons and destruction of property charges, says he "repeatedly" tried to make contact with officials—as per the terms of his release.
Martin Gugino, then 75, was shoved to the ground during a BLM protest last June, suffering a cracked skull and brain injury.