In pictures: Thousands of people protest in Brighton for Black Lives Matter

‘Sometimes antisocial, always anti-racist’


Thousands of people gathered to peacefully protest for the Black Lives Matter movement in Brighton.

The death of George Floyd in Minnesota three weeks ago has caused an outbreak of demonstrations and protests all across the world. Millions of people are going to local citites to protest the systematic discrimination and racism toward the black community on a global scale.

During the protest today it was reported that members of the English Defence league turned up and war memorial monument at the Old Steine.

‘Queer, Black Lives Matter’

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‘In a racist society, it is not enough to be non-racist’

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Thousands of people gathered for the peaceful protest

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‘White privilege: I can breathe- George Floyd couldn’t’

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White silence is violence

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‘This is for you Boris, you big white racist’

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‘I will never understand but I stand’

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‘Sometimes antisocial, always anti-racist’

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‘Abolish systematic racsim’

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‘Silence is violence’

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‘I can’t breathe’

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‘The UK is racist’

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‘De-fund the police’

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‘I pugging hate racists’

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