Black Lives Matter protests have spread the world after the death two weeks ago George Floyd, an unarmed and handcuffed black man. Protestors many cities around the world marched the streets. They held signs the words, "Black Lives Matter" and other slogans written them. Many people wore T-shirts with the words "I can't breathe," "No justice, no peace," and "Silence is violence". In Ottawa, Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joined an anti-racism demonstration. He took the knee thousands of other people who silently got down one knee. Similar protests have taken place Australia, Mexico, South Korea, Poland, Norway and many other countries in support equality.
Protestors told journalists why they joined the Black Lives Matter marches. A primary school teacher London said: "I have come down in support black people who have been ill-treated for many, many, many, many, years. It is time change." An IT specialist said: "We are all human beings. There should be fairness all of us." She added that Black Lives Matter doesn't mean anyone else's life doesn't. A 21-year-old Londoner stressed the need dialogue. He said: "There are a lot uncomfortable conversations that people have been avoiding...but, they're conversations that need to be had if...we want to finally create a kind society where black bodies are treated equally.