After the death of George Floyd, an unarmed African American man in police custody in Minneapolis, Minnesota, thousands are demanding racial justice and reform in USA law enforcement. "So when Black lives matter, then all lives will matter".
Footage showed police officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on his neck for nearly nine minutes, while Floyd repeated "I can't breathe".
Kyle Litchmore, 19, a black Auburndale resident, said he came to the protest to stand with the non-racists against the racists.
The incident in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on Monday May 25 has triggered a surge of support for the race equality movement in the United Kingdom and Ipswich dental nurse Sheila Barbosa has organised a peaceful protest to go ahead on Saturday outside Ipswich Town Hall and Corn Exchange.
"Your black executives, artists, managers, staff, colleagues are drained, traumatised, hurt, scared & angry", she said on Instagram.
Mr Chauvin is charged with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.
Smith beating up a protester for allegedly breaking his truck's window
According to TMZ , Smith parked his truck in a residential area, located near the Flight Club on Fairfax Ave. Floyd, a black man, died after white officer Derek Chauvin kneeled on his neck for several minutes.
The widely-criticised phrase "All Lives Matter" has been around for years, and it's often used to belittle discussion of racial injustice, especially after high-profile acts of police brutality, in response to people saying the phrase "Black Lives Matter".
"I could go into what it means to be black, but now's not the time for that".
Major entertainment companies in the United States have lend their support to the Black Lives Matter movement.
In the last couple of days, Seth Rogen and Billie Eilish's social media accounts were flooded with the "All Lives Matter" slogan after they posted their support for the BLM movement. You want to try to help in the way we can.
After the death of George Floyd by the hands of police in Minneapolis Minnesota on May 25, people in the U.S. are furious. "I know it's crippling", Mike say in his video. "All we can do is voice and speak up for what we stand for".
"I'm not trying to offend white people, if you are offended by it you need to look within yourself". "I just felt compelled to bring everyone together and have peace and support and advocate for black lives". Why are white people given opportunities that people of other races aren't?