Voices of Protest, Crying for Change, Ring Across US, Beyond
Claire Galofaro, The Associated Press
They are students, nurses and doctors, artists, construction workers, government employees; black, brown, and white; young and old.
The demonstrations that started in solidarity with the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police on May 25 have grown into an unprecedented global movement, mobilizing people from all walks of life in the fight against racial injustice. And for a moment at least, everyone seems to be paying attention.