George Floyd can hopefully find his last rest now. Since the end of May, the death of the African American has led to protests and demonstrations against racism in the USA – and also in other countries. The 46-year-old had passed out during a police arrest because an official had knelt on his neck. He was later pronounced dead. Now the deceased was buried.
On June 4th, the hall at North Central University in Minneapolis filled with about 500 mourners. Among them were not only George Floyds Family and friends – well-known activist Al Sharpton was also present and gave a speech. “What happened to Floyd happens every day here in this country,” he said. In the end, he asked everyone to get up for eight minutes and 46 seconds – that’s how long the policeman had been up George Floyds Kneeled neck. In addition to the ceremony inside, numerous people gathered outside the doors of the building to pay the last respects to the deceased, such as NBC News reported.
The people who took to the streets after the terrible events and continue to protest against xenophobia include numerous familiar faces. Model Paris Jackson (22) and the singers Madison Beer (21), Halsey (25) and Ariana Grande (26) are just a few of the many celebrities who speak out. And Duchess Meghan also broke her silence and found clear words: “What happened this week in this country, in our state and in our city, is absolutely devastating”, she was recently replaced by Daily Mail quoted.
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