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作品番号
129490511
タイトル
Mourners at historic church remember Rayshard Brooks, Black man shot by Atlanta police
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動画:ロイター/アフロ
日付
2020年6月23日
コンテンツカテゴリー
戦争・紛争・軍事
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RM(ライツマネージド)
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H264
フレームレート
25.00 fps
長さ
215.76 秒
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Date:JUNE 23, 2020 With tears, some laughter and memories of a generous young man, more than 200 friends and family members filled the pews of an historic Atlanta church on Tuesday (June 23) for the funeral of Rayshard Brooks.
The death of Brooks, a Black man who was shot twice in the back by Atlanta police outside of a fast-food restaurant on June 12, heightened tensions over police brutality and racism that have raged since the killing of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis on May 25.
Mourners at the Ebenezer Baptist Church also called for an end to police brutality and racism so that Brooks' death would not be in vain.
All wearing masks because of the novel coronavirus pandemic, those in attendance sat mostly together in the center of the cavernous church, which limited attendance to allow for some measure of social distancing. Dressed in white, Brooks' widow, Tomika Miller, sat in the front pew with her daughter on her lap.
While a time for mourning, the church also billed the service as a celebration of his life and The Martin Luther King, Sr. Choir performed.
Ambrea Mikolajczyk, a colleague and friend, described Brooks as a loving family man who was always looking out for others in the community.
"He radiated such a bright light that regardless of the cowardly act that took his life, his light will never be dim. He will continue to shine so bright, even in his absence," Mikolajczyk said.
Some police supporters have called the shooting justified, citing video appearing to show Brooks firing a Taser at an officer before being shot. But his death nevertheless set off a wave of protests in Atlanta, breathing new life into historic, nationwide demonstrations following Floyd's death.
The site of the funeral was a testament to the gravity of the moment. Ebenezer Baptist was where Martin Luther King Jr., the leader of the Black civil rights movement, once preached until his assassination in 1968.
King's daughter, Bernice King, implored demonstrators to keep marching "until white supremacist policies and practices are no longer the order of the day", and called for the payment of reparations to African Americans to atone for slavery.
"Rayshard Brooks' death will not be in vain because justice will roll down like waters and righteousness like a mighty stream," she said, invoking a line from her father's "I Have a Dream" speech at the August 1963 March on Washington.
Paul Howard, the Fulton County District Attorney, has pursued the case aggressively, arguing that Brooks was not a threat even as he ran away with a Taser stun gun he had taken from one of the officers during an attempted arrest.
The Atlanta police officer who shot Brooks, Garrett Rolfe, 27, was fired and charged with murder. A second officer, Devin Brosnan, 26, was placed on administrative duty and charged with aggravated assault. The city's police chief resigned.
After a service of more than two hours, Brooks' body in his gold-colored casket was escorted out of the church for its journey to a nearby graveyard. On the way, it drove past the charred Wendy's restaurant outside of which he died.
(Production: Arlene Eiras) (Caption:2188WD-MINNEAPOLIS-POLICE_ATLANTA_FUNERAL)
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WIDE OF FRONT OF STAGE WITH AUDIENCE WEARING WHITE AND GOLDEN CASKET COVERED WITH FLOWERS
(SOUNDBITE) (English) AMBREA MIKOLAJCZYK, COLLEAGUE AND FRIEND, SAYING:
"He radiated such a bright light that regardless of the cowardly act that took his life, his light will never be dim. He will continue to shine so bright, even in his absence."
MOURNER WIPING AWAY TEARS
(SOUNDBITE) (English) REVEREND BERNICE A. KING, DAUGHTER OF MARTIN LUTHER KING AND HEAD OF THE MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. CENTER FOR NONVIOLENT SOCIAL CHANGE, SAYING:
"My daddy Martin Luther King Junior, who taught us that true peace is not merely the absence of tension, but it is the presence of justice. Therefore, there can be no peace in Atlanta nor anywhere in our nation where there is no justice. No justice, no peace. (AUDIENCE CHEERS) So too often, justice is denied, even in Atlanta, because Atlanta is not immune to the problem of systemic and structural racism. Atlanta is being called to task now, to respond to the age-old racism virus, COVID-1619 (referring to year in which African slaves first arrived on British ship to Virginia). And this time, the answer is not more diversity and inclusion, it's now time for Black Lives Matter." (PEOPLE CHEERING)
WIDE OF KING ON STAGE AND PEOPLE APPLAUDING
(SOUNDBITE) (English) REVEREND BERNICE A. KING, DAUGHTER OF MARTIN LUTHER KING AND HEAD OF THE MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. CENTER FOR NONVIOLENT SOCIAL CHANGE, SAYING:
"So to all of my activists, to all of my organizers and people of good will, we cannot stop our cry for justice and fight for freedom, we cannot stop our demonstrations until our voices are heard and our demands for police reform are met. We must not stop until white supremacist policies and practices are no longer the order of today. We will not stop until voter suppression is a thing of the past. We will not stop until reparations sets us on a path to be free at last. (APPLAUSE) We will not stop until our leaders are no longer polarized between Democrat and Republican, but are united in a clarion call for healing and just and equitable policies that overcome the racial disparities.
Don't you stop until Black lives matter in every state, in every city, in every hamlet, in every village, in every sector of American society and ultimately the world. (VARIOUS OF PEOPLE APPLAUDING AS KING SAYS:) And I close that in honor of Ahmaud Arbery (Black jogger killed February 23, 2020 by armed white men in Georgia), in honor of Breonna Taylor (Black woman killed in bed in Kentucky March 13, 2020 after Louisville police entered with no-knock warrant), in honor of George Floyd (Black man who died under the knee of a white Minneapolis police officer on May 25, 2020), in honor of Rayshard Brooks and countless others, don't stop until it matters that dignity, justice and equity are a reality for all Black lives,
Rayshard Brooks' death will not be in vain 'cause justice will roll down like waters and righteousness like a mighty stream."
KING WALKS OFF STAGE
MOURNER RAISES FIST IN AIR AT END OF KING'S SPEECH AS PEOPLE APPLAUD
PEOPLE STANDING IN APPLAUSE AT KING'S SPEECH
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