NBA great Michael Jordan opened up about his thoughts about shootings of African-Americans and the targeting of police officers. In a letter on The Undefeated, Jordan expresses his concerns and hopes.
Jordan has unfortunately experienced the loss of a loved one due to gun violence. In 1993, his father James Jordan was shot to death while taking a nap in his car on the side of the road in North Carolina. Jordan writes he has seen the dedication of the law enforcement who have protected him and his family. He also notes that not everyone of color has that same experience.
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Jordan writes that he realizes change won’t come overnight, but working together can lead to a positive change.