Exmore neighborhood comes along with police to honor George Floyd



OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Norfolk, Nebraska, is a quiet, conservative and predominantly white metropolis of 24,000 folks the place public protests are uncommon, apart from an annual rally towards abortion. So when about 300 folks gathered on a busy road nook final weekend to voice their outrage on the dying of George Floydin Minneapolis, residents took discover.

The rally was peaceable, however the truth it occurred in any respect illustrates how far the motion to protest police brutality and discrimination has unfold, fueled by social media and the persistent however much less seen racism that minorities say they expertise in small cities.

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