The hosts become emotional discussing the murder of George Floyd, Friday on TheTalk@Home. "This poor woman, and many black parents, now need to raise their black sons with fear," says Eve. "Things have to change. I don't understand, I still don't. I''ll never understand this hatred that comes from these people that are supposed to protect, that are supposed to be the people we look up to... Our black lives do not matter. It keeps showing us this, and it just makes me sick and sad, and angry." Sheryl Underwood adds, "What I really want to say to the country, what I really want to say to people who are not black, you have got to join this call to action. This is a hate crime. This is a violation of someone's civil rights. It's murder on tape. Thank God they videotaped it." She adds, "When you put your knee on someone's neck for nine to ten minutes where saliva is coming out of his mouth, and blood is coming out of his nose, and you have no humanity, that is why we need organizations like the NAACP. We need to, as a country, have to face the fact that as black people, we feel living black in American is a death sentence." Eve agrees, "It's a death sentence."
Air Date: May 29, 2020