Protest against black man death Expands beyond the U.S. June 2 14:21
Protests have spread beyond the United States to the death of a black man who was seized by a white police officer in the United States.
In the netherlands
A large number of people gathered in a plaza in the center of Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands, on the 1st with placards saying, "The life of a black person is important" or "don't be silent".
The organizers of the demonstration asked participants to keep a distance of 1.5 meters from each other as a countermeasure against the new coronavirus infection, but Reuters reported that about 10,000 people gathered in the square, I told you there was no.
Participants protested by repeating the words "I can't breathe" when a dead black man was pressed by a police officer, and all at once raised his fists.
In France, protests were held in front of the US Embassy in the center of the capital, Paris.
Dozens of people dressed in black participated, and they all knelt down with placards that say, “Racism is strangled,” “We are all George Floyd,” and all of them are willing to protest. Was shown.
"Unfortunately, the issue of racism is just as problematic in other countries, France is no exception," said a representative of the organization that hosted the demonstration.
In Canada and New Zealand
The protests were held in Canada and New Zealand on the 1st, as well as in Britain and Germany on the 31st of last month.