New Yorker dedicates cover of latest issue to African Americans who are victims of US violence

The American magazine The New Yorker devoted the cover of the latest issue to anti-racist protests in the United States that began after the murder of African American George Floyd in Minneapolis.

On its cover, the publication, in particular, placed African-Americans who had been victims of violence since 1863.

The cover was authored by artist Kadir Nelson. His work is called Say Their Names.

On the magazine’s website you can read a brief history of each of the dead.