Michael Jordan gave a statement on the violence on blacks
The black man Floyd (George Floyd) died last week in Minneapolis due to a police officer’s leg.
Talking on this issue, Jordan said, ‘I understand and feel the pain, resentment and disappointment of everyone. I stand against those people who are spreading casteism and violence towards people on the basis of race in our country. At this time, all of us need to raise our voices in unison so that the government enacts a strong law.
Baseball players also condemned
Pete Alonso, the star player of the baseball team New York Mets, expressed disappointment over the whole incident, saying, ‘My lab is free and I will not be silent. I am heartbroken by George Floyd’s murder. The twenty-five-year-old baseman said, “I will fight and support anyone who faces such discrimination.” Protests are taking place across America against the murder of a black man George Floyd by a white policeman in America.Football players also gave statements
Four young footballers from Germany’s Bundesliga made a statement demanding justice in protest against the death of black man George Floyd in the US and the killing of other black people at the hands of police. 20-year-old England winger Jadon Sancho, 21-year-old right-back Ashraf Hakimi of Morocco and 22-year-old Marcus Thuram made statements on the field on Sunday. Earlier, American midfielder Westen McKenney of Schalke protested.
Black man Floyd died in Minneapolis last week. A white police officer held his neck with his knee which caused difficulty in breathing and he died. Protests continue throughout the world after Floyd’s death. Thurum staged a symbolic protest on the field after scoring the goal, while McKeny had a bandage on his arm that read “Justice for George.”
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