Toluse Olorunnipa

Toluse Olorunnipa is an American journalist known for his work as a political reporter. He has covered the White House and national politics for The Washington Post. Olorunnipa's reporting spans various topics, including policy, the intersection of politics and race, and the impact of government decisions on communities. He is recognized for his insightful analysis and in-depth coverage of the American political landscape.


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  1. 1. His Name Is George Floyd

    This book provides an in-depth look into the life and tragic death of George Floyd, whose killing by a Minneapolis police officer sparked a global movement against systemic racism and police brutality. Through meticulous research and interviews, the authors explore Floyd's personal history, struggles, and the societal factors that shaped his life, offering a comprehensive portrait that goes beyond the viral video of his death. The narrative not only delves into Floyd's impact on the world but also examines America's deep-seated racial issues, making it a significant contribution to the ongoing conversation about justice and equality in the United States.

    The 10874th Greatest Book of All Time