Thousands of protesters marched in London today (May 31) in solidarity with demonstrations across the United States, following the killing of George Floyd, an unarmed African American man, by police officers in Minnesota on Monday, May 25.
Protests sparked by Floyd’s death and other fatal shootings of African American people, such as Tony McDade and Breonna Taylor, have spread across the US in the past week. Many of the protesters have been met with resistancehellip;read more raquo;
The band and activist group Pussy Riot have shared a new song with the Argentinian artists Parcas, Dillom, and Muerejoven. Titled “1312” (a numerical representation of “ACAB”) the track confronts police brutality worldwide. “This is our demand to see the day when the pigs, the filth, the feds are namedhellip;read more raquo;
Thousands of activists and supporters have joined demonstrations in cities across the US in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death in police custody earlier this week (May 25). Similar protests have emerged in other cities worldwide, including London, Berlin, and Toronto, wherehellip;read more raquo;
Billie Eilish has taken to social media to share a message following the killing of George Floyd in Minnesota May 25. “I’ve been trying to take this week to figure out a way to address this delicately,” the singer writes in an Instagram post (May 30).
“I have an enormous platform and I try really hard to be respectful and take time to think through what I say and how I say it… But holy fucking shit I’m just gonna start talking.”
Eilish goes on tohellip;read more raquo;