African American George Floyd has been buried in his hometown of Houston.
He’s going to vary the world, in keeping with his brother.
It’s hoped his story will turn into a turning level within the battle towards racism – and that isn’t simply in the USA.
Rallies over racial oppression and police brutality are spanning continents: from the UK to Senegal, tens of 1000’s of individuals are kneeling, or chanting – “I can not breathe.”
The gestures signify the moments a white police officer knelt on Floyd’s neck.
So, how difficult is it to fight racism across the globe?
Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoom
Treva Lindsey – affiliate professor of Girls’s, Gender, and Sexuality Research at The Ohio State College
Thembisa Fakude – researcher on the Al Jazeera Centre for Research
Udo Enwereuzor – head of race and ethnicity equality for COSPE, Cooperation for the Improvement of Rising Nations
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