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For the seventh time, protesters take to the streets of cities in the United States to protest Floyd’s death

June 2, 2020

Protesters have been walking the streets of cities in the United States for the seventh consecutive year to protest against the death of African-American George Floyd by the police while he was detained.

With this in mind, and despite curfews in several American cities to stop the protests, demonstrators have again condemned the deaths of black people in police custody and the existing social and economic disparities in society. Americans, as reported by the country’s media.

In Dallas, Texas, police have used tear gas to disperse protesters when they arrive at Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, where clashes have occurred between the two sides. They later arrested several of them who protested peacefully, the CNN television station reports.

For the seventh time, protesters take to the streets of cities in the United States to protest Floyd’s deathFor the seventh time, protesters take to the streets of cities in the United States to protest Floyd’s death

The curfew came into effect at 7:00 p.m. in Dallas, but applies only to some parts of the city, which is why protesters have marched in these areas.