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Peace marches continue across the United States

From new york to Los Angeles, via Minneapolis and Houston, the demonstrations continued on Tuesday and Wednesday, in over a hundred cities across the United States. For the second week, the crowds denounced the death of George Floyd, this African-American 46-year-old killed during his arrest by a white policeman, may 27, in Minneapolis, as well as the police violence and race in general. But in his hometown of Houston (Texas), where some 60,000 people have paid tribute on Tuesday evening, as in the rest of the country, the protest marches have remained the most often peaceful, even though violating the curfew. As a thumb its nose at the president Trump threatens to deploy the army, in addition to the national Guard, in the event of violence.

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In New York, thousands of protesters have crossed in singing the Brooklyn bridge, while the police flew over in a helicopter, after the curfew came into force Tuesday to 20 hours. "Very quiet," confirmed on the spot, the mayor Bill de Blasio, contrasting with the looting of Monday. Even quiet side of Minneapolis, where the widow of George Floyd took the floor with their 6 year old daughter. "I want everyone to know that these police officers have taken me", she said excited.

With the exception of Washington, where these marches have degenerated into riots, looting and clashes, hundreds of protesters gathered in the quiet, Tuesday night, in Philadelphia, Chicago, Milwaukee, Denver, and Seattle.


In Los Angeles, where the memory of the race riots of Watts in 1965 and 1992, after the acquittal of white police officers for the beating of Rodney King remains painful, the mayor Eric Garcetti has laid a knee on the ground with police, to denounce the violence of the forces of law and order. Thousands of people have also criss-crossed Hollywood Boulevard, when others demonstrated in front of the police headquarters, giving rise to hugs and shaking hands with police officers.

The protesters, mobilized for the eighth consecutive day, may rely on the support of public opinion: 64 % of Americans polled support them, according to a poll published on Tuesday by Reuters/Ipsos. Donald Trump can not say the same: more than 55% of respondents disapprove of his response to this protest movement in history.

The editorial team conseilleEn prey to looting targeted, New York city claquemureNotre report in Minneapolis, the epicenter of the riots that inflame the States-UnisSujetsDonald TrumpGeorge FloydBill Of BlasioEric GarcettiRodney KingNew YorkMinneapolisHoustonWashingtonlos AngelesEtats-UnisAmériquesViolences PolicièresRacisme1 commentairenrgumenle 03/06/2020 21:17

What is the relationship with Trump and the Republican Party. The police officer involved in the burr had already been involved many times under the Obama presidency. a
one of The complaints against the police had been received by one of the candidates to the presidency of the democratic party, at the time prosecutor, and it had been decided not to pursue.
When at the place where the blunder occurred, it is a State and a city run by democrats for a population, voting mostly democrat...

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