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· 'We want to breathe, too': solidarity from Iraq →
Solidarity is spreading online, too, with Iraqis tweaking their own protest chants and slogans to fit the US.
· George Floyd protests LIVE: Thousands to rally in Victoria and QLD, with Black Lives Matter protesters to defy Supreme Court order banning Sydney rally →
The rally is set to begin with a Welcome To Country by Wurundjeri senior elder Aunty Diane Kerr and chant led by Wurundjeri woman Mandy Nicholson.
The China Post
· Surfers ‘paddle out,’ circle up in memory of George Floyd →
More than 200 surfers of all ages and races paddled through a set of crashing waves under cloudy skies to form a massive circle near the Santa Monica Pier, where they chanted Floyd’s name nine times to mark the nearly nine minutes prosecutors say his neck was pinned to the ground under the knee of a white Minneapolis police officer.
· Trudeau takes a knee with Canada protestors for racial justice →
Trudeau, holding a “Black Lives Matter” T-shirt, chanted from behind a mask along with the crowd that extended several blocks to the US embassy, and later stood in silence for eight minutes and 46 seconds.
· An angry nation prepares for a weekend of protests against George Floyd's death →
On Friday, police and protesters faced off when a group of demonstrators chanting, “Whose streets?
· Black Lives Matter protests: NSW police minister says officers prepared for anyone who 'flouts the law' →
The rally in central Melbourne will begin with a Welcome To Country by Wurundjeri senior elder Aunty Diane Kerr and chant led by Wurundjeri woman Mandy Nicholson.
· 2 NYPD officers suspended after videos of violence to protesters →
Protesters take a knee and chant “George Floyd” as we await Air Force One in Bangor pic.twitter.com/EHkiAdk2e7
The Japan Times
· Canada’s Justin Trudeau takes a knee with protesters for racial justice →
Trudeau, holding a Black Lives Matter T-shirt, chanted from behind a mask along with the crowd that extended several blocks to the U.S. Embassy, and later stood in silence for eight minutes and 46 seconds.
· France braces for new protests against police brutality →
“The real virus is racism”, they chanted, with many holding placards copying US slogans such as “Black Lives Matter”.