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Black Lives Matter protests take place worldwide






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Black Lives Matter protests have spread worldwide. People held "Black Lives Matter" signs. They wore T-shirts with words like "I can't breathe" and "Silence is violence". Canada's leader joined an anti-racism protest. He took the knee. Similar protests took place in many other countries to support equality.

People explained why they protested. One person said: "I have come down in support of black people who have been ill-treated for many, many, many, many, years." Another said: "We are all human beings. There should be fairness for all of us." Another marcher said we need to talk about race if we want an equal society.

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