Mr Floyd was speaking to a committee of 40 members at the hearing in Washington DC which is examining policing and law enforcement accountability.He continued: "George wasn't hurting anyone that day. He didn't deserve to die over $20. I am asking you, is that what a black man's life is worth? $20? This is 2020. Enough is enough."Mr Floyd later told the politicians: "It is on you to make sure his death isn't in vain."He also told the committee members how he had called his brother "Perry" and described him as "gentle giant" who was "mild-mannered".Politicians are reviewing the Justice in Policing Act, a wide-ranging set of proposals amid a national debate on policing and racial inequality in the US.
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Gold heist accused of Melbourne CBD armed robbery had 'money woes'He added that in states like Punjab, Haryana and some parts of Uttar Pradesh, there is a need to change the crop pattern and reduce the acreage of wheat and rice.物业不在业主群Across Belgium the Black Lives Matter protests have reignited the campaign to remove statues of Leopold II, whose brutal and rapacious rule of Congo is estimated by historians to have caused the deaths of 10m people.
In NSW, 50 people will be allowed in pubs, clubs, cafes from Monday while beauty salons will open to 10 clients at a time物业不在业主群In Richmond, activist Chelsea Higgs-Wise and other protesters spoke to a crowd gathered at Byrd Park about the struggles of indigenous people and African Americans in America. “We have to start where it all began,” Higgs-Wise said during her speech. “We have to start with the people who stood first on this land.” <br><br>The Columbus statue was dedicated in Richmond in December 1927, and had been the first statue of Christopher Columbus erected in the south. Its toppling comes amid national protests over the death of George Floyd and several days after a statue of the Confederate Gen Williams Carter Wickham was pulled from its pedestal in Monroe Park by demonstrators who also used ropes to tear it down. <br><br>Vanessa Bolin, a member of the Richmond Indigenous Society, told the crowd she did not come “to hijack” the protests against police brutality, but to “stand in solidarity” with the people. Another speaker, Joseph Rogers, declared the area “Powhatan land”, and talked about the impact of white supremacy and institutionalized racism on both groups.
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