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Protests continue for the ninth day in Michigan.


The assassination of George Floyd will change a lot.


Protests, demonstrations, and processions in Detroit, Michigan, continue for the ninth day in a row in protest of the assassination of George Floyd. Protesters have been gathering in downtown Detroit since the afternoon of June 6.

At around 6 pm, thousands of people gathered on Gracie Avenue to break the curfew and protest with various slogans.

 Then the protesters keep moving to Jefferson avenue.
Protesters observed a moment of silence as the curfew began in Detroit at 8 p.m.
Later everyone chanted slogans together

 No Justice
No Peace.

 They broke the curfew and continued the protest procession.

 The police didn’t arrest anyone because protesters did their rally procession peacefully.

 Then protesters came in front of the Detroit police department.
 The rally was called off at 9:15 pm, and the protest was announced again on June 6 from Detroit police headquarters.

Taylor Little, a 23-year-old woman who took part in the procession, said In this coronavirus time we should not make a large gathering on street, but the current situation has forced her to take to the streets.

She said She will protest as long as racism continued. In Michigan, meanwhile, the number of deaths and infections from coronavirus has been steadily declining, according to Michigan State sources.

 In Michigan, meanwhile, the number of deaths and infections from coronavirus has been steadily declining, according to Michigan State sources.

 In the last 24 hours, 38 people have died of corona infection in Michigan. 224 people have been infected.
So far 5,852 people have died and 58,849 have been infected. 
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