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Anger and sadness soared following George Floyd’s death, particularly among Black Americans, Stanford psychologists find

A memorial mural with the faces of those who have been murdered by police.
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Sep 20 2021

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As the nation mourned the death of George Floyd, more Black Americans than white Americans felt angry or sad – a finding that reveals the racial disparities of grief.