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  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232241.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232242.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232243.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232244.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232245.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232246.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232247.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232248.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232249.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232250.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232251.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • Fresco paying homage to Assa Traoré, sister of Adama Traoré
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0232252.jpg
    After a first fresco painted in Stains representing Adama Traoré and Georges Floyd, the committee in Traoré inaugurated yesterday, Sunday 12 July, a new mural in Noisy-le-Sec, along the Ourq canal, a few metres from the Romy Schneider footbridge. The Black Lines collective, which created this painting, drew the word "Justice" on a wall several meters high, with a portrait of Assa Traoré wearing his "Justice for Adama" t-shirt over it. On the right was drawn a representation of Eugène Delacroix's painting "Freedom guiding the people".
  • 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 in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231396.jpg
    A banner, justice for the victims of anti-white racism is run by members of the extreme right group, identity generation during the demonstration against police violence and racism. About 15,000 people gathered at Place de la République, police said. The demonstration was launched by the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police force. The demonstration which was to take place until Place de l'Opera finally turned into a rally, the prefect Lallement having finally prohibited the demonstration. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231397.jpg
    A banner, justice for the victims of anti-white racism is run by members of the extreme right group, identity generation during the demonstration against police violence and racism. About 15,000 people gathered at Place de la République, police said. The demonstration was launched by the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police force. The demonstration which was to take place until Place de l'Opera finally turned into a rally, the prefect Lallement having finally prohibited the demonstration. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231398.jpg
    A banner, justice for the victims of anti-white racism is run by members of the extreme right group, identity generation during the demonstration against police violence and racism. About 15,000 people gathered at Place de la République, police said. The demonstration was launched by the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police force. The demonstration which was to take place until Place de l'Opera finally turned into a rally, the prefect Lallement having finally prohibited the demonstration. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231399.jpg
    The crowd waves with honor and insults the members of Generation Identitaire who are on the roof of a building in the square. A banner, justice for the victims of anti-white racism is run by members of the extreme right group, identity generation during the demonstration against police violence and racism. About 15,000 people gathered at Place de la République, police said. The demonstration was launched by the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police force. The demonstration which was to take place until Place de l'Opera finally turned into a rally, the prefect Lallement having finally prohibited the demonstration. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231395.jpg
    The BRAV-M (Brigade of Repression of Motorized Violent Action) during an arrest at the end of the demonstration in the Place de la Republique against racism. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231370.jpg
    Several protesters hold up black lives matter, no justice no peace signs during the demonstration against police violence and racism. About 15,000 people gathered at Place de la République, police said. The demonstration was launched by the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police force. The demonstration which was to take place until Place de l'Opera finally turned into a rally, the prefect Lallement having finally prohibited the demonstration. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231371.jpg
    A sign, we call who when the poice kills and another in writing, which protects us from you, are brandished by demonstrators during the demonstration in the Place de la Republique against racism. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231372.jpg
    A Black lives matter sign is brandished by a protester during the Place de la Republique anti-racism demonstration. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231373.jpg
    A young girl holds up a sign with the drawing of a clenched fist, in front of the statue in Place de la Republique during the Demonstration in Place de la Republique against racism. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231374.jpg
    The crowd waves with honor and insults the members of Generation Identitaire who are on the roof of a building in the square. A banner, justice for the victims of anti-white racism is run by members of the extreme right group, identity generation during the demonstration against police violence and racism. About 15,000 people gathered at Place de la République, police said. The demonstration was launched by the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police force. The demonstration which was to take place until Place de l'Opera finally turned into a rally, the prefect Lallement having finally prohibited the demonstration. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231375.jpg
    Protesters raised fists during the demonstration in the Place de la Republique against racism. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231376.jpg
    Protesters raised fists during the demonstration in the Place de la Republique against racism. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231377.jpg
    The crowd waves with honor and insults the members of Generation Identitaire who are on the roof of a building in the square. A banner, justice for the victims of anti-white racism is held by members of the extreme right group, identity generation during the demonstration against police violence and racism. About 15,000 people gathered at Place de la République, police said. The demonstration was launched by the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police force. The demonstration which was to take place until Place de l'Opera finally turned into a rally, the prefect Lallement having finally prohibited the demonstration. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231378.jpg
    Demonstration in Place de la Republique against racism. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231379.jpg
    Demonstration in Place de la Republique against racism. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.ris, France.ris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231380.jpg
    The sentence, no justice, no peace is stuck on riot racks during the Manifestation place de la Republique against racism. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231381.jpg
    Two men with Justice for Adama t-shirts during the demonstration against police violence and racism. About 15,000 people gathered at Place de la République, police said. The demonstration was launched by the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police force. The demonstration which was to take place until Place de l'Opera finally turned into a rally, the prefect Lallement having finally prohibited the demonstration. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231382.jpg
    Protesters make fascia with the police which closes the accesses of the place of the republic thus preventing the demonstration from proceeding until the place of the Opera as initially planned. Demonstration in Place de la Republique against racism. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231383.jpg
    Portrait of Assa Traore, sister of Adama Traore. Demonstration in Place de la Republique against racism. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231384.jpg
    Beginning of the first shots of tear gas and demonstrators are supported by committee members, truth for Adama. Demonstration in Place de la Republique against racism. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231385.jpg
    Demonstration in Place de la Republique against racism. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.ris, France.ris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231386.jpg
    Demonstration in Place de la Republique against racism. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.ris, France.ris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231387.jpg
    Protesters are holding up balck lives matter placards, I hope not to be killed today because I am black, in front of the statue in the Place de la Republique during the demonstration in the Place de la Republique against racism. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231388.jpg
    A drawing representing a member of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) with his dress which rises in reference to Marilyn Monroe. Under the robe the member of the KKK is a policeman. The design is brandished at the foot of the Statue in the Place de la Republique during the demonstration against police violence and racism. About 15,000 people gathered at Place de la République, police said. The demonstration was launched by the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police force. The demonstration which was to take place until Place de l'Opera finally turned into a rally, the prefect Lallement having finally prohibited the demonstration. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231389.jpg
    Demonstration in Place de la Republique against racism. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.ris, France.ris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231390.jpg
    Protesters raised fists during the demonstration in the Place de la Republique against racism. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231391.jpg
    A woman raised her fist during the demonstration in Place de la Republique against racism. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231392.jpg
    Demonstration in Place de la Republique against racism. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.ris, France.ris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231393.jpg
    A sign, we call who when the police kill and another in writing, who protects us from you, are brandished by demonstrators during the demonstration in the Place de la Republique against racism. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Pa
    ris, France.
  • Demonstration in support of Adama Traoré and against racism.
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0231394.jpg
    Protesters chant anti-police songs during the Demonstration in Place de la Republique against racism. About 15,000 people according to the police, met at the call of the committee - justice for Adama -, to denounce racism in particular in the police. June 13, 2020. Paris, France.
  • 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...
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