The vicious, unjustified beating of Tyre Nichols and his ultimate death at the hands of five Memphis police officers is just the latest, painful reminder of how far America still has to go in fixing how we police our streets.

Along with mourning Tyre and supporting his family, it’s up to all of us to mobilize for lasting change. To learn more about how communities can reimagine public safety to prevent both crime and injustice, go to….

@BarackObama This man was resisting arrest for a simple traffic stop. He then ran and refused to comply. This is not a case of police brutality

@BarackObama Thank you for your kind heart and continued leadership. We still need you.

@BarackObama Sorry can’t buy what you’re selling Chief of Police is Black and so we’re ALL the officers that caused Tyre’s death

@BarackObama I like this: “learn more about how communities can reimagine public safety to prevent both crime and injustice”. Well said Barack. Tall order, God help us figure it out.

@BarackObama How about you stop breaking the law or better yet since you can’t seem to stop breaking the law at least comply when you’re told something by a police officer you do so don’t question you don’t argue you don’t run away you listen

@BarackObama It's not just about mourning Tyre, it's about creating a better and safer future for all communities. Let's turn grief into action. #ReimaginePublicSafety 💪

Police report in Tyre Nichols case shows astonishing lies revealed by body-cam video release, lies including that he’d been pulled over for reckless driving, “started to fight,” grabbed an officer’s gun, & that officers were victims. #JusticeForTyre…

@BarackObama What did you and Michelle do on Epstein island?

@BarackObama Rural interRural Rail efforts around the perimeter of Kansas, our practical priority is to insure for intermodal integration 4 lane system necessary. Near Turner