|built to commemorate||記念して建てられた|
|commemorate the centenary||百周年を記念して|
|commemorate the event||イベントを記念して|
· Pride started with 'revolutionary riots': Advocates point to movement's radical roots →
“We celebrate June as Pride Month, because it commemorates, in part, our resisting police harassment and brutality at Stonewall in New York City, and earlier in California, when such violence was common and expected,” the letter states.
· Trump demands protest crackdown, Facebook staff rebel, 'fan in the stand' furore →
In the West Australian, traditional owners of Rottnest Island have started consultations about how to commemorate hundreds of Aboriginal boys and men who were incarcerated and died on the island when it was used as a jail.
The New York Times
· How a City Once Consumed by Civil Unrest Has Kept Protests Peaceful →
A plaque commemorating the 1967 upheaval hung within eyeshot, summoning the old ghosts: 26 dead; five days of looting, gunshots and arson fires that left a legacy of vacant lots that still haunts New Jersey’s largest city; the exodus of businesses and middle-class residents that would come to define Newark for the next five decades.
Hong Kong Free Press
· Coronavirus: Hong Kong records three locally transmitted infections linked to warehouse cluster →
Police have cited the restriction as the reason for their ban on the annual vigil to commemorate the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown on June 4.
· George Floyd: protests take place in cities around the world →
The English footballer Jadon Sancho was among several footballers playing in Germany to commemorate the events, lifting his jersey after scoring on Sunday to reveal a shirt emblazoned with the handwritten message: “Justice for George Floyd.”
The Wall Street Journal
· Hong Kong Police Ban Tiananmen Massacre Vigil →
HONG KONG—Police denied an application by organizers of an annual candlelight vigil to commemorate the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre, amid concerns over civil liberties after China said it would impose national-security legislation on the city.
The New York Times
· How Minneapolis, One of America’s Most Liberal Cities, Struggles With Racism →
The city has for years held a popular community celebration and parade for Juneteenth, commemorating the end of slavery.
· Remains of S. Koreans killed in Korean War to return home from Hawaii this month →
It is one of 15 projects that the Seoul government is pushing for throughout the year to commemorate the 70th year of the outbreak of the war, where South Korean, American and other international soldiers fought to repel invading Chinese and North Korean forces.