Black Lives Matter Movements are still happening everywhere across the nation.
Since the death of George Floyd, there have been protests for change taking place in New York, California, Kentucky, and more. This past week held a variety of movements and protests as the fight for racial equality continues.
Peaceful Student-Led protest In Rockford, Michigan.
The students of Rockford Middle school put together a peaceful to spread the message that Black Lives Matter.
Black Lives Matter Protest In Brooklyn.
This protest was held in Brooklyn but later turned violent as some police officers and protesters got into fistfights and more.
A unity march has stepped off from Cadman Plaza, led by a diverse group of faith leaders, along with law enforcement and citizens. Their message is to come together to stop the violence in the city, and listen to one another @CBSNewYork pic.twitter.com/BJJusEMcsN
— Natalie Duddridge (@NatDuddridgeTV) July 15, 2020
Justice For Breonna Taylor Protest in Louisville, Kentucky.
The justice for Breonna Taylor continues. Many protesters sat in front of the house of Louisville’s Attorney General and demanded that the cops who shot and killed Taylor be arrested and charged with her murder.
This led to the arrests of reality TV stars Porsha Williams, and Yandy Smith, as well as rapper YBN Cordae, and activist Tamika Mallory.
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