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sang Over the weekend, thousands of people "Black Lives matter" via the UK - to support at -
she marched angrily on the 25. May.
He died almost 4,000 Miles Away from the United Kingdom in Minnesota, but his death was felt here in our black community.
This is why people like Shayne defied the British government, coronavirus leadership and went on to protest on the weekend.
"The General mood was huge, because you could literally see that everyone was hurt. "', When one is hurt we all are hurt,'
Shayne says that she and her friends wore military boots at the London protest and were impressed to see many other women dressed like the members of the Black Panther movement.
"There was a lot of black women with their natural hair color," she says.Black People in the UK are angry about how their community is treated says of The Police
Shayne, although George Floyd was killed, in the USA, "we know that it happens here as well," cited the case of Mark Duggan.
it was announced last week, a public inquiry into the death in Scotland in the Year 2015.
the protesters in London signs up under your name, and the name of the other Black People who died were, according to the encounters with the British police on the weekend.
"It's just very frustrating, I am very angry and very tired. Constantly hear about Black People aimlessly killed for no reason is draining," Shayne says.George Floyd was and cried, "I can't breathe" before he died
In America , protests led to violent clashes between protesters and police.
Eyram Kiakia, the 20 and has a YouTube channel talking about the UK Black Lives Matter movement, she was always excited over the death of George Floyd, the more you learned about his life.
"I watched for a few seconds, if you haven't seen kneeling on his neck, but I could get to the end, I was really upset," she says news beat.
Eyram, people think the UK is more progressive race than America" When it actually".
The UK Home Office has been accused of racism after the Windrush Scandal - said When the Black People came to Britain, were as children, incorrectly, they were here illegally and deported or threatened with deportation.
Eyram says racism in the UK, institutionalised, and apparently also in the schools where as a White British pupils and in the workplace.
"There's a lot more hidden things that happened to us and happen to us, like When we say in the school they were to be protected Black People 's hair, or colours, although our white counterparts in their hair to dye any color".
"in the workplace, there are always micro-aggressions. Anyone who has experienced it I know, some kind of ignorant comment is in The Hands of a colleague or even the employer.
"Only because it is so subtle and it's not open, it means that it is not racist. "
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