The protests by the death of George Floyd not only limited to cities of the united States but was moved this Sunday to Europe with the Black Lives Matter (BLM).
The citizens of the major capitals and cried through the streets and waved high the flag against racism and called for justice for the crime of african american at the hands of a white police officer in Minneapolis.
London was just one of those capitals that lived through the Black Lives Matter, where are also recorded incidents, wounded and detained. And between the crowded streets emerged the figure of Madonna, on crutches.
The pop icon, 60 years of agemobilized in support of the movement, anti-racism. Was registered in cent of videos and photos which were then uploaded to social networks, and reproduced by the media of England.
“No justice, no peace”, was one of the many battle cries that the singer, who walked rengueando, was registered alongside other running the streets of London.
The selfie of a london show behind Madonna with crutches to walking (Instagram).
Is that Madonna is still recovering from the injuries of the hip and knee sustained in their tour of Madame X at the beginning of this year.
The singer of hits like “Like a virgin” and “La isla bonita” and “Lake a prayer” comes to be displayed and by using the platforms since the murder of George Floyd by the police in Minneapolis at the end of may.
Greetings to the pop icon were multiplied at every step (Instagram).
“This has to stop! Until we can overcome the racism in the united States, no one should be allowed to carry a gun. The majority of the police,” wrote the blond after the crime.
“God bless you, George Floyd. I’m so sorry for you and your family. And all the senseless killings that have happened before you. How will you ever?”, he said in addition.
Kate and Rio Ferdinand also marched in Parliament Square with the three children of former footballer, of between 9 and 13 years. The couple wore masks-stamped game and held up posters of Black Lives Matters.
The couple also joined the march through the streets of London (Instagram).
Rio wrote on Instagram: “Take my family to the Plaza of the Parliament today to be part of the protest was very emotional”, also reflects The Sun.
Anthony Joshua it was another star who was protesting today with crutches. “We can no longer remain silent,” said the boxer of the british, and described the racism as a “virus” when he joined a march for Black Lives Matter in his hometown of Watford.
The current champion of 30 years was one of the many peaceful demonstrators, and transmitted a series of speeches powerful to their 11.3 million followers on Instagram.
AJ was blunt: “The virus has been declared a pandemic, is out of control and in reality, I’m not talking about Covid-19. The virus I am talking about is called racism“.