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  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231544.jpg
    In Stains, in Seine Saint Denis, a fresco was inaugurated by the town hall last week. It depicts Adama Traoré and George Flyod and denounces racism and police violence.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231545.jpg
    In Stains, in Seine Saint Denis, a fresco was inaugurated by the town hall last week. It depicts Adama Traoré and George Flyod and denounces racism and police violence.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231546.jpg
    In Stains, in Seine Saint Denis, a fresco was inaugurated by the town hall last week. It depicts Adama Traoré and George Flyod and denounces racism and police violence.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231547.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231548.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231549.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231550.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231551.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231552.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231553.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231554.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231555.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231556.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231557.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231558.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231559.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231560.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231561.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231562.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231563.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231564.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231565.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231566.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231567.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231568.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • Police demonstration against an artistic fresco
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231569.jpg
    A few hundred angry police officers gathered on the forecourt of the Bobigny prefecture to protest against a fresco denouncing racism and police violence painted in homage to Adama Traoré and George Flyod in Stains en Seine Saint Denis.
  • 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...
  • Demonstration against police violence in Paris
    France
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231290.jpg
    Demonstrations were organized on Saturday 13 June in several French cities (Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Montpellier...) against racism and police violence. The largest rally took place in Paris, at the call of the Adama Committee named after Adama Traoré, a young black man who died in July 2016 after being stopped by the gendarmerie in the Paris suburbs, where more than 20,000 people gathered, according to the police prefecture. While the parade was due to leave Place de la République at 2:30 pm, the procession was blocked by the police. The mobilisation took place against a background of tension between the forces of law and order and the Minister of the Interior. The death of George Floyd, a black American man killed in Minneapolis on 25 May by a white policeman, aroused widespread worldwide indignation and "Black lives matter" became a universal slogan within a few days.
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