The past 48 hours have been rough for America with two black men killed by cops and five police officers murdered in Dallas being.
The Cleveland Cavaliers champion took to Twitter to share a TIME article, which he says explains everything about Philando Castile being a mentor to hundreds of kids. The father of three even mentioned that he cried over the two lives lost to police brutality.
He then sent out two tweets and hashtagged #PhilandoCastile and #AltonSterling:
Hours later, after the five cops in Dallas were killed and six were wounded during what was supposed to be a peaceful protest, James then tweeted that more violence isn’t going to fix the issues.
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Every Time President Obama Has Addressed A Mass Shooting In His Presidency
1. Fort Hood Shooting – November 5, 2009Source:Joe Raedle/Getty Images 1 of 13
2. Tucson Shooting – January 8, 2011Source:Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images 2 of 13
3. Aurora Shooting – July 20, 2012Source:Karl Gehring/The Denver Post via Getty Images 3 of 13
4. Sikh Temple Shooting – August 5, 2012Source:Scott Olson/Getty Images 4 of 13
5. Sandy Hook Shooting – December 14, 2012Source:EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images 5 of 13
6. Navy Yard Shooting – September 16, 2013Source:Alex Wong/Getty Images 6 of 13
7. Second Fort Hood Shooting – April 2, 2014Source:BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images 7 of 13
8. Kansas Jewish Community Shooting – April 13, 2014Source:Julie Denesha/Getty Images 8 of 13
9. Charleston Emanuel AME Shooting – June 17, 2015Source:JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images 9 of 13
10. Chattanooga Recruiting Center Shooting – July 16, 2015Source:Joe Raedle/Getty Images 10 of 13
11. Umpqua Community College Shooting – October 1, 2015Source:Steve Dykes/Getty Images 11 of 13
12. San Bernardino – December 2, 2015Source:Joe Raedle/Getty Images 12 of 13
13. Orlando Pulse Shooting – June 12, 2016Source:BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images 13 of 13
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