We just started a new unit in sociology about race. The presentation I was assigned is over Freddie Gray. As I was researching and watching videos to gather information, I remembered what we talked about in this class at the beginning of the year about with all the police violence and the media. If someone is being hurt by police, why would you stand there with your phone and record it instead of helping? This doesn't just apply to this particular case, but a lot of different police brutality videos. It might help in the long run of the police officers being charged, but you don't need to have 30 people standing in a circle recording it. Maybe one or two, but why would the rest of the people just stand there and watch? Who is that helping? This is one of the things that confuses me the most about the Black Lives Matter movement.