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Furious: Now enough is enough!

It has created massive riots and great unrest in the UNITED states and around the world, after George Floyd - an unarmed black man died during a detention by the police in Minneapolis when a police officer put his knee on his neck for a longer time and kept the knee, while the Floyd several times pointed out that he could not breathe.

George Floyd's death has created massive protests - both in the U.S. and abroad - most recently in the area of Østerbro in Copenhagen on Sunday, where several thousand demonstrators took to the streets to demand justice for all - regardless of skin color.

Also they are known all over the world have been on the pitch and give their opinion in connection with Floyd's death, including stars like Cardi B and Justin Bieber, for example, has called for justice for all under the hashtagget #blacklivesmatter and #alllivesmatter.

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Recently, the Danish supermodel, 28-year-old Nina Agdal, who is residing in the UNITED states, gone to the keys in a emotional notice in connection with Floyd's death, where she does not put the hide that she is angry and upset over the situation.

In the advertisement calls she people to wake up and think about how they treat other people. She has had enough of hearing about the cases and fates as George Floyd.

'the Colored people are in everything for a long time been met with injustice. Things have to change. Let us commit ourselves and hold ourselves responsible for this change. Start today, start now', she writes in a call to its millions of followers.

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In the advertisement calls, she its followers to look inward and become more aware of what racism is.

'Learn the meaning of the privileges and racism. Take a good, honest look at yourself in the mirror, and ask yourself whether you have experienced a privilege, because you are a white person. Educate yourself in the historical and social patterns associated with the effects of racism and oppression and encourage people around you to do the same. Please respond to it. Don't ignore it. Don't turn your back to it. Don't wait for the next video or story about an innocent man, woman or child who has been injured or killed, before you react', she writes, and continues:

'Do something about it. LISTEN, open your eyes, make calls, donate, show up, stand up, have the hard conversations. Don't remain silent. Silence is killing people. Go to it with a sensitivity and understanding that you come from a privileged background, but don't let your fear of being criticized stop you, otherwise you will continue to contribute to the problem', she writes on, she comes with a last wake-up call:

'It is not enough not to be a racist anymore. We need to be and practicing anti-racism. We must do better', she writes.

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During the arrest of Floyd, there were four cops. One of the ushers, Derek Chauvin, has already been arrested and charged with murder and manslaughter.

The other three cops are not arrested yet, but according to police chief Medaria Arradondo they are all accomplices.

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