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Baltimore: ‘it Feels like it is my duty to protest against racism

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Baltimore: ‘it Feels like it is my duty to protest against racism

03 June, 2020 23:10
03-06-20 at 23:10
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Memphis Depay, one feels a moral obligation to take to the streets and protest against racism. The Dutch international was on Monday night, the Dam square in Amsterdam, and it was a Wednesday, was also present at the protest in Rotterdam, the netherlands.

“In my heart, I felt like I had to be there,” said Memphis Wednesday night in the talk show, Beautiful , on RTL 4. “I can see what is happening in the Netherlands and in the rest of the world. You can see all kinds of colors to stand up for ourselves. It was my duty to go out there.”

The protest in the Netherlands due to the death of the african-American, George, Floyd, who, last week, in the city of Minneapolis, for example, by police brutality, to the life. The demonstration at the Dam, did a good deal of dust raised, because there are a lot of people, and they are not up to 1.5 meters away and stopped.