George Floyd’s death is looked at as racial discrimination and was taken into account much seriously by the people of colour.
Though worldwide protests went on and both white and other colour people came forward and showed unity and solidarity.
Yet somewhere they consider it as one of their stories. And at the George Floyd Square, Minneapolis there is a set of ‘special orders’ for the ‘Whites’.
Here is all you need to know about those sets of instructions.
Placard at the George Floyd Square:
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A placard of instructions has been placed at the intersection of Chicago Avenue and 39th Street in Minneapolis.
It is titled the ‘welcomed to George Floyd Square.’
Under it is the description of that horrifying incident.
After that, the set of instructions is being written under the subheading ” For White people in particular”.
Instructions for the White:
According to the placard,
• Whites are only allowed to listen and comprehend and mourn not go against anything.
•They are forbidden to take photographs without consent.
• Not allowed to harm anyone.
• Advised to take a stand for the people and not be racist and to understand the scenario of the Black community.
George Floyd Square:
A memorial has been set up by the nearby locals in memory of George Floyd. People there have been emphatic towards him and expressed their respect.
It has been volunteered to maintain the traffic at the entrance.
It’s a place where people show their solidarity and silently disagreed again that incident as well the treatment black people go through every other day.
George Floyd’s death:
On May 25, 2020, George Floyd, a middle-aged black man was murdered in Minneapolis, United States. While he was arrested for using a counterfeit bill, Derek Chauvin, a white police officer knelt on his neck for around nine minutes and twenty seconds after he was handcuffed and lying down. In fact, this entire incident was recorded by a teenager, named Darnella Frazier.
Within a year, a verdict has been announced, against Derek Chauvin, following a trial. He has been sent to imprisonment for 4o years, according to Minnesota Law.
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