Big anti-racism protests in the Netherlands


This is a 4 June 2020 music video by Dutch rappers Bizzey & Akwasi. Their song Geen Wedstrijd is about the police murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis in the USA and about racism in the Netherlands. They ask everyone to donate money to Kick Out Zwarte Piet, one of two organisations which had organised the recent big anti-racism demonstration in Amsterdam.

The Hague demonstrators

This photo shows some of the thousands, spatially distanced against COVID-19, on the big Malieveld lawn in The Hague on 2 June 2020.

This 4 June 2020 video is about the anti-racist demonstration in Arnhem. Though it rained, the square was full; but not so crowded that people were unable to spatially distance against the coronavirus.

Dutch NOS radio reports, translated:

Protest actions have been announced for tomorrow in, eg, Utrecht,

From 18.30 to 20.30 on the Jaarbeursplein square. The organisers ask participants to distance spatially and wear face masks and plastic gloves. Thousands are expected.

Enschede

Van Heekpark, 17.00

and Nijmegen

17.30 to 19.30, Goffertpark. Organisers ask everuyone to follow measures against coronavirus.

. People will take to the streets in Eindhoven

18 Septemberplein

and Tilburg

14.00 Schouwburgring

on Saturday. There will be a demonstration in Leeuwarden next Saturday

18.00

, activists report on social media.

2 thoughts on “Big anti-racism protests in the Netherlands

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