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Celebs participate in George Floyd protests

IndiaTimes Monday, 1 June 2020
George Floyd’s death under police custody triggered outrage across America, prompting celebrities to step out in large numbers and take to the streets to participate in the protests.
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Protests have sparked all around the nation following the death of George Floyd. One of those protests is happening in Milwaukee Friday.

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