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  • Statue of General Storms covered in paint
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0235053.jpg
    The statue of General Storms covered with red paint, as were other statues of Belgian personalities before him and linked to Belgian colonization. Since the Black Live Matters events, many statues have been covered with red paint symbolizing the blood spilled during the colonial period. General Storms is known to have campaigned between 1882 and 1885 in East Africa, commander of the fourth expedition of the African International Association, created under the leadership of Leopold II to explore and conquer the territory that will become in 1885 the Congo Free State.
  • Statue of General Storms covered in paint
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0235054.jpg
    The statue of General Storms covered with red paint, as were other statues of Belgian personalities before him and linked to Belgian colonization. Since the Black Live Matters events, many statues have been covered with red paint symbolizing the blood spilled during the colonial period. General Storms is known to have campaigned between 1882 and 1885 in East Africa, commander of the fourth expedition of the African International Association, created under the leadership of Leopold II to explore and conquer the territory that will become in 1885 the Congo Free State.
  • Statue of General Storms covered in paint
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0235055.jpg
    The statue of General Storms covered with red paint, as were other statues of Belgian personalities before him and linked to Belgian colonization. Since the Black Live Matters events, many statues have been covered with red paint symbolizing the blood spilled during the colonial period. General Storms is known to have campaigned between 1882 and 1885 in East Africa, commander of the fourth expedition of the African International Association, created under the leadership of Leopold II to explore and conquer the territory that will become in 1885 the Congo Free State.
  • Statue of General Storms covered in paint
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0235056.jpg
    The statue of General Storms covered with red paint, as were other statues of Belgian personalities before him and linked to Belgian colonization. Since the Black Live Matters events, many statues have been covered with red paint symbolizing the blood spilled during the colonial period. General Storms is known to have campaigned between 1882 and 1885 in East Africa, commander of the fourth expedition of the African International Association, created under the leadership of Leopold II to explore and conquer the territory that will become in 1885 the Congo Free State.
  • Statue of General Storms covered in paint
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0235057.jpg
    The statue of General Storms covered with red paint, as were other statues of Belgian personalities before him and linked to Belgian colonization. Since the Black Live Matters events, many statues have been covered with red paint symbolizing the blood spilled during the colonial period. General Storms is known to have campaigned between 1882 and 1885 in East Africa, commander of the fourth expedition of the African International Association, created under the leadership of Leopold II to explore and conquer the territory that will become in 1885 the Congo Free State.
  • Statue of General Storms covered in paint
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0235058.jpg
    The statue of General Storms covered with red paint, as were other statues of Belgian personalities before him and linked to Belgian colonization. Since the Black Live Matters events, many statues have been covered with red paint symbolizing the blood spilled during the colonial period. General Storms is known to have campaigned between 1882 and 1885 in East Africa, commander of the fourth expedition of the African International Association, created under the leadership of Leopold II to explore and conquer the territory that will become in 1885 the Congo Free State.
  • Statue of General Storms covered in paint
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0235059.jpg
    The statue of General Storms covered with red paint, as were other statues of Belgian personalities before him and linked to Belgian colonization. Since the Black Live Matters events, many statues have been covered with red paint symbolizing the blood spilled during the colonial period. General Storms is known to have campaigned between 1882 and 1885 in East Africa, commander of the fourth expedition of the African International Association, created under the leadership of Leopold II to explore and conquer the territory that will become in 1885 the Congo Free State.
  • Protest on Instagram for George Floyd
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231790.jpg
    A protester faces the police during a rally against police violence and racism in the Champs de Mars. Recent investigations on racism in the police have just been published in the French press and find echo with the death of George Floyd in the United States. In many countries, protests are held in response to the death of George Floyd, who died during his arrest by a white police officer, Derek Chauvin, on May 25, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the United States.
  • Protest on Instagram for George Floyd
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231791.jpg
    A protester faces the police during a rally against police violence and racism in the Champs de Mars. Recent investigations on racism in the police have just been published in the French press and find echo with the death of George Floyd in the United States. In many countries, protests are held in response to the death of George Floyd, who died during his arrest by a white police officer, Derek Chauvin, on May 25, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the United States.
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231337.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231338.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231339.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231340.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231341.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231342.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231343.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231344.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231345.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, in front of the demonstrators who came to the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), the extreme right-wing group "Génération identitaire" unfurled a banner "Justice for the victims of anti-white racism". They remained for an hour without the authorities coming to dislodge them. Neighbours and a few anti-racist demonstrators ended up cutting and unhooking the banner. Nearly 100,000 people gathered on the Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was supposed to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231346.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, a demonstrator who came to the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), flipped a finger of honour in front of the extreme right-wing group "Génération identitaire" who unfurled a banner "Justice for the victims of anti-white racism". They remained for an hour without the authorities coming to dislodge them. Neighbours and some anti-racist demonstrators ended up cutting and unhooking the banner. Nearly 100,000 people gathered on the Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was supposed to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231347.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231348.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231349.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231350.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231351.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231352.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231353.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231354.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231355.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231356.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231357.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231358.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231359.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231360.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231361.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231362.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231363.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231364.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231365.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231366.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231367.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231368.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0231369.jpg
    On Saturday 13 June 2020, at the call of the Truth Committee for Adama (Traoré), nearly 100,000 people gathered at Place de la République in Paris for what was to be a march against racism and police violence. But the march, which was due to end at the Place de l'Opéra, was cancelled at the last minute by the Paris police prefecture, as all avenues around the Place de la République were barricaded by the police. Blocked and bogged down in the square, the demonstrators have not lost their rage and indignation...
  • Damage to the statue of Leopold II in Brussels.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0231179.jpg
    A few days after the Black Lives Matter demonstration and against pooling violence in the capital, the statue of the Belgian king Leopold II was vandalized, relaunching the national debate on the colonial question.
  • Damage to the statue of Leopold II in Brussels.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0231180.jpg
    A few days after the Black Lives Matter demonstration and against pooling violence in the capital, the statue of the Belgian king Leopold II was vandalized, relaunching the national debate on the colonial question.
  • Damage to the statue of Leopold II in Brussels.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0231181.jpg
    A few days after the Black Lives Matter demonstration and against pooling violence in the capital, the statue of the Belgian king Leopold II was vandalized, relaunching the national debate on the colonial question.
  • Damage to the statue of Leopold II in Brussels.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0231182.jpg
    A few days after the Black Lives Matter demonstration and against pooling violence in the capital, the statue of the Belgian king Leopold II was vandalized, relaunching the national debate on the colonial question.
  • Damage to the statue of Leopold II in Brussels.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0231183.jpg
    A few days after the Black Lives Matter demonstration and against pooling violence in the capital, the statue of the Belgian king Leopold II was vandalized, relaunching the national debate on the colonial question.
  • Damage to the statue of Leopold II in Brussels.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0231184.jpg
    A few days after the Black Lives Matter demonstration and against pooling violence in the capital, the statue of the Belgian king Leopold II was vandalized, relaunching the national debate on the colonial question.
  • Damage to the statue of Leopold II in Brussels.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0231185.jpg
    A few days after the Black Lives Matter demonstration and against pooling violence in the capital, the statue of the Belgian king Leopold II was vandalized, relaunching the national debate on the colonial question.
  • Damage to the statue of Leopold II in Brussels.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0231186.jpg
    A few days after the Black Lives Matter demonstration and against pooling violence in the capital, the statue of the Belgian king Leopold II was vandalized, relaunching the national debate on the colonial question.
  • Damage to the statue of Leopold II in Brussels.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0231187.jpg
    A few days after the Black Lives Matter demonstration and against pooling violence in the capital, the statue of the Belgian king Leopold II was vandalized, relaunching the national debate on the colonial question.
  • Damage to the statue of Leopold II in Brussels.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0231188.jpg
    A few days after the Black Lives Matter demonstration and against pooling violence in the capital, the statue of the Belgian king Leopold II was vandalized, relaunching the national debate on the colonial question.
  • Damage to the statue of Leopold II in Brussels.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0231189.jpg
    A few days after the Black Lives Matter demonstration and against pooling violence in the capital, the statue of the Belgian king Leopold II was vandalized, relaunching the national debate on the colonial question.
  • Damage to the statue of Leopold II in Brussels.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0231190.jpg
    A few days after the Black Lives Matter demonstration and against pooling violence in the capital, the statue of the Belgian king Leopold II was vandalized, relaunching the national debate on the colonial question.
  • Damage to the statue of Leopold II in Brussels.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0231191.jpg
    A few days after the Black Lives Matter demonstration and against pooling violence in the capital, the statue of the Belgian king Leopold II was vandalized, relaunching the national debate on the colonial question.
  • Damage to the statue of Leopold II in Brussels.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0231192.jpg
    A few days after the Black Lives Matter demonstration and against pooling violence in the capital, the statue of the Belgian king Leopold II was vandalized, relaunching the national debate on the colonial question.
  • Damage to the statue of Leopold II in Brussels.
    Belgium
    Nicolas Landemard
    LePictorium_0231193.jpg
    A few days after the Black Lives Matter demonstration and against pooling violence in the capital, the statue of the Belgian king Leopold II was vandalized, relaunching the national debate on the colonial question.
  • Tribute to George Floyd
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231135.jpg
    Rally Place de la République in tribute to George Floyd, who died during his arrest by a white police officer, Derek Chauvin, on May 25, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the United States. June 9, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Tribute to George Floyd
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231136.jpg
    Rally Place de la République in tribute to George Floyd, who died during his arrest by a white police officer, Derek Chauvin, on May 25, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the United States. June 9, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Tribute to George Floyd
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231137.jpg
    Rally Place de la République in tribute to George Floyd, who died during his arrest by a white police officer, Derek Chauvin, on May 25, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the United States. June 9, 2020. Paris, France.
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