on Thursday, going people again on the street in Copenhagen to mark their support to the black population in the UNITED states. This time, this is done with special measures to prevent infection with coronavirus.
It says Bwalya Sørensen, spokeswoman and founder of the Black Lives Matter Denmark, which is behind the event.
Specifically, have you purchased 250 face masks, while there will also be a lot of håndsprit to take of the people that attend.
in Addition, says Bwalya Sørensen, will divide people into groups of 50 persons.
- If there are too many, we divide the us up into groups, she says.
Thursday's event is not a demonstration, in the classical sense, but a so-called flashmob.
A flashmob is a group of people that gather in one place and suddenly perform a surprising action such as to begin to sing or dance, after which they leave the site again.
- We opted for a walk instead of a demonstration. We have simply done to keep the number of participants down, says Bwalya Sørensen.
Over 100 are registered for the event, which thus appears to be somewhat less than last Sunday's demonstration in Copenhagen.
Here were more than 15,000 people gathered to demonstrate in the wake of the black american George Floyd's death in connection with an arrest in the UNITED states.
the Subsequent are a person from the demonstration found infected with the corona virus, said health minister Magnus Heunicke (S) on Tuesday.
at the same time, the minister, the organizers behind the demonstrations to take precautions to avoid infection with coronavirus.
And Bwalya Sørensen says that she has listened.
- This is why we have chosen to do it this way. It will be super nice, she says.
What specifically will happen to Thursday's flashmob will Bwalya Sørensen't reveal, in addition to actions come to reflect, that you support black rights and opponents of police brutality in the UNITED states.
- the Whole point is that it is a surprise. Wait to see, she says.
The anti-racist demonstrations have been the subject of debate, after Black Lives Matter Denmark made guidelines for how white people should behave to the demonstrations.
the Guidelines were put up on Facebook and since deleted.
Therefore would like to have asked for the guidelines, and whether they also apply to Thursday's flashmob. However, it was not possible before Bwalya Sørensen cut off the call.