Washington: The protests, which began with a demand for justice for the black George Floyd, killed at the hands of a white police officer, are intensifying with each passing day. Furious demonstrations spread in almost 50 cities have taken the riot-like situation in many cities. The comments of US President Donald Trump are adding fuel to it. This is the reason that Chicago and Washington once again witnessed the fierce slogans of tens of thousands of crowd. About 20,000 people attended the ‘Chicago March of Justice’ in Chicago, seeking justice for George Floyd. Along with this, thousands of protesters chanting slogans with placards, Washington March in DC. It is considered the biggest demonstration against racial injustice and police brutality in the US capital.
In Chicago, 20,000 people took part in
unarmed African-American man George Floyd died in police custody in Minneapolis on May 25, after which protests have been taking place across America. On Saturday, protesters gathered in a park in West Chicago to raise their voices. He listened to activists, poets, and others, sought to fix police accountability, and end systemic racism. He demanded the release of all the detained protesters, as well as the criminal prosecution of all policemen who abused the protesters. The protesters marched towards the Lake Shore Drive Expressway. When the march passed through the overpass of the expressway, the people in the vehicles on the road expressed their support.
Thousands of protesters in Washington D.C. March in
Thousands of protesters marched in Washington DC, shouting slogans. It is considered the biggest demonstration against racial injustice and police brutality in the US capital. After eight days of protests, people from across the country gathered again on Saturday from places around the capital, such as Arlington, Virginia. All of these were heading to destinations like Lincoln Memorial, Capitol Hill, and the White House. During this, he was heard chanting slogans. In one group, the protesters were raising slogans, ‘Whose roads? Our roads. DC. Police closed most of the traffic areas of the city starting at 6 am. By 12 pm DC police traffic estimated that there were about 6000 protesters, including about 3000 at Lincoln Memorial and about the same at 16th and I Street.