Trafalgar Square in London right now, standing in solidarity with Black Lives Matter, George Floyd and protestors across the world. pic.twitter.com/5sYlXePcpv
— Ian Mantgani (@mant_a_tangi) May 31, 2020
Several demonstrations took place in Germany. In the Bavarian capital of Munich, 400 people gathered on Saturday evening, including a march on the city’s US Consulate.
Several protests took place in Berlin over the weekend. On Sunday, a protest march through the Kreuzberg district attracted around 1,500 mostly young people. They demonstrated under a banner “Justice for George Floyd” and carried signs with inscriptions including: “I can’t breathe,” “Justice for George Floyd” and “Being black is not a crime”. Shortly before, a “Memorial March against racist police violence in the USA” marched to the Brandenburg Gate.State Duma comments on riots in the US