[Ed. – I’m curious as to which Hollywood company is producing this. It’s so slickly edited. It should generate a whole new category of Academy Award. The protests in London started on Sunday. They’re in Amsterdam and Dublin, as well as New Zealand, and presumably will spread elsewhere shortly.]
A small crowd of peaceful protesters — representing several French anti-racism organizations — gathered near the US embassy in Paris on Monday in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter protests in the US.
Protesters wearing black clothing and face masks took a knee and held up signs with the words “I can’t breathe,” “we are all George Floyd” and “racism chokes us.”
Describing the video of George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis as “surreal and unbearable,” the protest organizers called on anti-racist groups “and all individuals with a sense of justice — to strongly denounce this racist crime perpetrated by the police, which is unfortunately an ordinary crime in the United States.”