Biden to host George Floyd’s family at the White House

US President Joe Biden has decided to hold a ceremony to commemorate the anniversary of the death of Black George Floyd. Floyd was killed in a police operation last year.

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Washington US President Joe Biden has decided to hold a ceremony at the White House on May 25 to commemorate the anniversary of the death of Black George Floyd. Floyd’s family will also be present during this time. On Friday, White House press secretary Jane Pasaki said the president had not yet made a detailed plan for the day. He will soon give full details to the media.

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People took to the streets

Significantly, Floyd died on May 25, 2020, during a police operation. It was seen as a racist attack. Then people took to the streets of America. He chanted slogans against the government. The situation escalated to the point that the former Trump administration had to resort to the police and the army to quell the protests. During this time, there were clashes between the people and the police in many states.

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what is the matter

A US court has convicted a former police officer in the murder of Black George Floyd. Significantly, last year police officer Derek Chauvin grabbed George Floyd’s neck with his knee. George died on the spot after squeezing his neck for nine consecutive minutes. The video of this incident has gone viral. Meanwhile, United States Vice President Kamala Harris called on all US lawmakers to pass the “George Floyd Justice in Polling Act”. “The standard of justice is not the same as justice,” Harris said in a court ruling. This decision brings us one step closer in that direction.

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