Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban had some interesting things to say about the "Defund the Police" movement going on across the country. Cuban took part in a conversation at an event in Dallas called Heal America: A Course Correction Conversation on Race, Citizenship and Humanity, which was hosted by Stand Together and Urban Specialist. He was one of the many guests that talked about the issues going on in the country, including police brutality. Cuban said he's not a fan of defunding the police but has an idea of what can be done.
There’s a common sentiment that athletes should just “shut up and dribble” and refrain from commenting on civil rights violations that are plaguing Black communities across the United States. But after the senseless killings of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and George Floyd—just the latest examples of the injustice plaguing the nation—numerous athletes, executives and professionals in the sports industry have been stepping up to offer support.
Hosted by Bishop Omar Jahwar and featuring Stephen Jackson, Deion Sanders, and more, the event offered a wide-ranging conversation on race, citizenship, and humanity.
NBC 5 continues to host conversations about what we are seeing unfold in the country following the outcry for change after the death of George Floyd. NBC 5 Anchor Vince Sims talks to the founders of Stand Together and Urban Specialist about their event ‘Heal America’ and how they are helping bring the community together.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban joined some other well-known people for a roundtable discussion on race in America and how to move forward.