“Solidarity” in the news

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The New York Times
· Washington Braces for Another Night of George Floyd Protests  
Every car honked in solidarity.
· Videos, threats, but few signs protests have been stoked by 'outsider' extremist groups  
“They see fascism as being a form of racism, and they want to stand in solidarity with victims of police oppression.
The Guardian
· Morning mail: protests and violence flare across US, Rio Tinto says sorry, a boy's marathon achievement  
Around the world people are expressing solidarity with the demonstrators and, in Australia, the family of David Dunday – an Aboriginal man who said “I can’t breathe” 12 times before he died while being restrained by five prison guards in Sydney – said they have been traumatised anew by footage of Floyd’s death.
The Verge
· YouTube will donate $1 million to the Center for Policing Equity  
YouTube says it will donate $1 million to the Center for Policing Equity, to demonstrate “solidarity against racism and violence.” The Alphabet-owned video platform tweeted that it was pledging the funds “in support of efforts to address social injustice.”
The New York Times
· Corporate Voices Get Behind ‘Black Lives Matter’ Cause  
Reebok said in a message to “the black community” that it “stands in solidarity with you,” telling its social media followers: “We are not asking you to buy our shoes.
· Protesters, footballers worldwide show solidarity, demand justice for George Floyd  
Protesters took the streets in a number of cities, including London and Copenhagen, while footballers in Germany displayed their solidarity with anti-racism demonstrations in the US over the death of George Floyd, a black man who died in Minneapolis after a white police officer pressed his knee on his neck.
The Atlantic
· The Congresswoman Pepper-Sprayed by Police  
Joyce Beatty: I wanted to go and stand in solidarity with the protesters, because they were peaceful protesters.
Al Jazeera
· Thousands rally in London, Berlin over George Floyd death  
Thousands of people protested in London and Berlin on Sunday in solidarity with protesters in the United States demonstrating against the death of a Black man, shown gasping for breath in a video clip, as a white policeman knelt on his neck in Minneapolis.
· Bundesliga footballers Thuram and Sancho join US killing protests  
Thuram, whose father, French World Cup winner Lilian runs the Education against Racism foundation in Paris, was the latest show of solidarity with the current protests sweeping the United States.
The Verge
· Jake Paul filmed looting, but denies being a part of it  
“He didn’t march in solidarity with anyone he showed up hours after to loot a mall for views.