Massachusetts communities once again held protests Tuesday, calling for justice for George Floyd and other Black Americans who have been killed by law enforcement.
A speak-out against racism was held outside Boston City Hall, where speakers also called for the renaming of historic Faneuil Hall. Protesters also gathered in Revere, Watertown, and elsewhere in Massachusetts.
Here are photos and social media posts from Tuesday’s protests.
Another record-setting crowd in Watertown Square tonight, thanks to all the young folks who organized the march. pic.twitter.com/Z5RyMy3Yj2
— Steve Owens (@VoteSteveOwens) June 9, 2020
— Lisa Robinson (@elisaitw) June 9, 2020
— Lauren Pespisa (@SplendidSpoon) June 9, 2020
— Moriarty Photography (@MoriartyPhotog1) June 10, 2020
A small group is standing out in support of Black Lives Matter at Worcester’s University Park. They say they’ll kneel in solidarity for 8 minutes and 46 seconds at 12:30 @telegramdotcom pic.twitter.com/r6V5C6o5hb
— Ashley Green (@agreenphotog) June 9, 2020