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REPORT

By Quentin Milan and Coline Subra

Monday, march, 4th

Minneapolis, USA

INEQUALITIES

POLICE BRUTALITY

SEGREGATION

63%

13%

In the USA there is...

of white
Amerians

of Africans-Amerians

most black people who are killed than white people

Movements and demonstrations

Die-ins

Colin Kaepernick

Policemen

Keith Lamont Scott

FAMOUS VICTIMS OF POLICE BRUTALITY

Keith Lamont Scott, a 43-year-old African-American man, was fatally shot on September 20, 2016, in Charlotte, North Carolina.

He was killed by a police officer when he got out of his car.

These 3 characters are ones of blacks persons who were killed by policemen...

George Floyd

Trayvon Martin

Georges Floyd was a 46 years old father.

He was murdered by a police officer in Minnesota. The cop kneeled on his neck for more than 8 minutes. It wasn't the first time that it happened.

Trayvon Martin, an unarmed 17-year-old African American, was shot on the evening of February 26, 2012 in Sanford, Florida. His death led to the BLM mouvement, across America and around the world.

places

George Floyd's death,
Trayvon Martin's death and
Keith Lamont Scott death places

usa

George Floyd was murdered by a white cop in Minneapolis, in the Minnesota.

Trayvon Martin was shot in Sanford, in Florida.

Keith Lamond Scott was killed in Charlotte, in North Carolina.

RACIAL SEGREGATION

Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks was a young woman who marked people in the history of racial segregation. She refused to give up her place to a white person in the bus, which is one of the rules to respect when you are a black person.

Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr, assassinated on April 4, 1968 in Memphis, is an African-American Baptist pastor, non-violent activist for the civil rights of blacks in the United States, for peace and against poverty. He has become the symbol of the non-violent struggle against segregation in the United States, through actions such as the bus boycott in Montgomery.

Rosa Parks was a young woman who marked people in the history of racial segregation. She refused to give up her place to a white person in the bus, which is one of the rules to respect when you are a black person

Martin Luther King Jr, assassinated on April 4, 1968 in Memphis, is an African-American Baptist pastor, non-violent activist for the civil rights of blacks in the United States, for peace and against poverty. He has become the symbol of the non-violent struggle against segregation in the United States, through actions such as the bus boycott in Montgomery.