10 Questions About Empathy In America, A Year After George Floyd’s Death
Millions of us watched the videos of George Floyd’s murder. But we didn’t all see the same things, and part of the reason is empathy. NPR spoke with Jody Armour, USC Gould School of Law.
"I saw an outpouring of empathy and sympathy for the excruciating death of George Floyd. And I think one of the things we saw is that building empathy can itself be a political process, humanizing people who are "otherized."