• Twenty-two are listed as Black.• About 22 are Latino (six identified, 16 not identified and possibly one to two more, due to last names.)• Five are listed as Indigenous.• Twenty-nine are listed as white.• The rest are currently not yet identified, though due to last names and geographic locations, they are probably either Black or white, though possibly Indigenous or Latino.
1.) We live in a very violent society.2.) The numbers, regardless of cause, are unparalleled by countries in Europe or other "developed" nations worldwide.3.) The numbers of people of color being killed, when considered in proportion to their numbers in society, are at a crisis level.4.) While the mainstream media report on a few spectacular cases, for the most part, virtually all those killed here will remain nameless, publicly forgotten. Most Americans will have never heard of any of them at all.5.) Quite a few of those killed each month are either mentally ill or homeless or both. Often, they end up dead because the officers are not properly trained to deal with their conditions or situations.