75.9 F
West Palm Beach

Hundreds march in West Palm Beach to protest police brutality

Young demonstrators held a peaceful protest in West Palm Beach, protesting against police brutality, sparked by the death of George Floyd who died May 25 at the hands of police in Minneapolis. The march was organized by 19-year-old Weidmayer Pierre.

Latest

‘It’s an honor’: The Hall of Fame’s class of 2020 enshrined

Kobe Bryant is in the Hall now, along with contemporaries Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett.

Passing on your password? Streaming services are past it

Password sharing is estimated to cost streaming services several billion dollars a year in lost revenue.

Disney World and Universal Studios loosen pandemic mask requirements

Florida’s major theme parks are adjusting their face mask policies.

Local protests against police brutality continued Saturday in West Palm Beach, this time organized by 19-year-old, Weidmayer Pierre. It was one of dozens of mobilizations in Florida against police brutality, sparked by the death of George Floyd, who died May 25 at the hands of police in Minneapolis.

Hundreds marched along West Palm Beach’s Belvedere Rd and into the city streets, chanting for reform after initially flanking past a large stockade of police officers. No incidents were reported during the march.

They held up signs and their fists and the memory of George Floyd. They also held signs with slogans saying “Black Lives Matter” and “No Justice No Peace” during the march that was peaceful.

- Advertisement -

Photo Gallery (click on the image to enlarge it)

Hundreds march in West Palm Beach to protest police brutality

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

Videomust watch
Recommended to you

Tyler Cameron: From Jupiter Homeboy to TV Star

Cameron shoots the breeze with Florida Daily Post Arts & Entertainment editor, Sandra Schulman.

More Articles Like ThisRELATED
Recommended to you

- Advertisement -
Don`t copy text!