“Every day, I saw incredible things in this protest.”
That how Tinashe Recently described for E! News of his experience of taking to the streets in support of Black Lives Matter George floyd.
“It’s really interesting to see the energy shift during the entire protest,” she continued. “As more and more people are joining, the energy has actually gotten more and more optimistic, more and more together.”
She is not alone.
As Regina king told Seth Meyers During an appearance on 11 June late night, “I’m managing the balance of optimism with pain. This is the first time in my life that I’ve seen other people supporting black people at the top of their lungs. You know, to look in Italy . In Germany and all these different places, there are kneeling people and signs that call Black Lives Matter. “
“America is always the country that is going to help someone else,” she continued. “But that other countries are speaking for not only America, but black Americans, it makes me optimistic.”
As people around the world take to the streets to protest police brutality and protest against systemic racism, the black community is disgruntled, these are some of the moments that have inspired celebrities and everyday citizens have felt.
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Plea of a child
A young child participated in a protest in the city of Los Angeles through vehicle security, which caused the car’s sunroof to be closed to ensure his voice was heard.
Hand in hand
Two young girls, one Latinx and one Black, united during a protest in Chicago to demonstrate solidarity and unity between their two communities.
Surfing in solidarity
Honor to join Montac in the “National Paddle Out” to be held on June 5 George floyd. Held in coastal communities across America, the event was organized by Black Girls Surf.
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A cleaning hand
In a temporary memorial to George floyd On May 30 in Minneapolis, a woman sprayed a scrub in the hands of protesters, risking a COVID-19 demonstration to participate in the protests.
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A global response
The protesters took to the streets in Berlin, Germany on May 31 to express solidarity with black Americans. The performance was seen overseas in many countries including France, Australia, New Zealand, Italy, U.K., Netherlands and Denmark.
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A display of support
On 31 May, nurses were stepped outside her hospital in Boston to applaud protesters who were marching.
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Plea of a brother
Terence Floyd, George Floyd’s brother, was the first family member to visit the site of George’s death, which went on a vigil by supporters on 1 June. Addressing the crowd, Terence said, “I understand that you are upset, but as already said, I suspect that you are all half as upset as I am. So, if I am here But I’m not freaking out, if I’m not blowing stuff here, if I’m not messing up my community here, what are you doing? What are you doing? You’re not doing everything. Because He’s not going to bring my brother back. All. It might look good for the moment, like when you drink, but when it comes down to it you wonder what you did. “
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Volunteers in Seattle helped clean up on May 31 after the violence as a storefront was damaged.
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Denver Police Chief on June 1 Paul pajen Weapons associated with protesters protesting Floyd’s death.
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Renamed a street
After volunteers from Washington Street were allowed to paint the words “Black Lives Matter” down 16th Street, which was moved to the White House, D.C. Leads to the mayor. Muril boser On June 5, that part of the street was renamed “Black Lives Matter Plaza”.
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Ride a peace
On June 7, a young boy was seated on horseback while participating in a “peace ride” in Compton, CA organized by the Compton Cowboys. According to their website, the group is “a group of lifelong friends on a mission to uplift their community through horse and farming lifestyles, all highlighting the rich heritage of African-Americans in equine and western heritage.” “
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On June 6, two youths were signed in support of Black Lives Matter at a protest in Bethpage, NY.
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A full plate
Washington DC. The eateries Ben’s Chili Bowl and Old Abit Bit Grill distributed free food to protesters attending the June 6 demonstration near the White House.
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Protesters in Louisville, KY release balloons in air during a vigil Bryo taylor 6. It was his 27th birthday, held on June.
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Flowers for Mr. Floyd
On June 6, protesters filled the War Memorial Park in Denver, CO with flowers at the “Flower for Mr. Floyd” memorial.
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On 6 June, protesters in Chicago presented flowers to members of the Chicago Police Department.
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On the front line
Health care workers joined a protest in Chicago on 6 June.
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National Guard members kneeled with a defender in a demonstration on June 2 in Los Angeles, CA.
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Big Apple Blackout
On June 2, the Empire State Building went dark for the second night in a row in honor of Floyd.
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Lend a hand
Neighbors in Ferguson, MO, helped clean up a storefront on May 31 after an evening of property damage.
On June 6, after a Black Lives Matter protest passed by his “Micro Wedding” on the lawn of Logan Hotel in Philadelphia, Drs. Kerry Anne Perkins And Michael gordon While attending the wedding dress also joined the march.
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BFF for BLM
childhood friends Ketan Amau, Moyo Badan And Sean hill After participating in a protest in the small Irish town of Dundalk, it went viral when a photograph of a trio of his youth was drawn to his current activism.
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she said yes
Participating in a protest together at Raleigh, N.C., Xavier young Sat on one knee and proposed to girlfriend Marjorie Alston. “Looking at the history that made history,” Young captioned his video of the proposal.
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