China News Service, August 29. According to foreign media reports, a recent incident in Kenosha, Wisconsin, where an African-American man was shot and seriously injured by a policeman, triggered protests in many cities. On the 28th local time, Michelle Obama, the former first lady of the United States, said that she was "disheartened" by the shooting.

Data map: former first lady of the United States Michelle Obama.

  According to reports, in his statement, Michelle Obama condemned the shooting of an African-American man, and at the same time condemned the incident in which a 17-year-old boy shot and killed a demonstrator during a protest.

  "The Kenosha shooting shocked me." Michelle said, "Like many of you, I am now tired and depressed. As far as I know, blacks and browns across the country are once again responsible for this. Heavy burden. We often don’t know how things will get better."

  She also condemned the Trump administration's “lack of sympathy,” saying that “the intensified division during the crisis and the long-standing systemic racism” can be seen all over the United States.

  On August 23, local time, Black, an African-American man in Kenosha, was shot by police and paralyzed from the waist down. Kenosha has held protests for many nights, calling for greater transparency in police law enforcement and opposing police violence against African descent.