A 20-year-old young man from a mixed-race family was killed on April 11 when police inspected expired car stickers.
Minneapolis (Minnesota) was buried on Thursday, April 22. Twenty-year-old Daunte Wright, from a mixed-race family, was killed in a police inspection ten days ago. This funeral Looks like a defense of justice.
Authorities in Minneapolis had worried a few days ago that Daunte Wright’s funeral would be held in an electric climate, but the judgment on Tuesday, April 20, recognized Derek Chauvin’s suffocating African-American George Floyd to appease the demonstrators. They had previously settled in front of the police station in the center of Brooklyn for several consecutive nights, the suburban town where Dett Wright died, in order to “demand accountability”; and clashed with the police in several conflicts. . However, their anger turned into a determination to continue fighting for fairness and justice.
Although the situation returned to calm, people from the Minnesota peace fighters walked back and forth on Thursday, and as the guests arrived, submachine guns were hung around the Shiloh Temple International Baptist Church. It took more than two hours to bring 1,300 masked men into the room and place them in the room, where they waited for Daunte Wright’s white coffin, covered with a huge wreath of red roses.
When the meeting was held several times, one arm raised his head, and above was the black and white portrait of the young man painted by Ange Hillz, which is said to immortalize the victim of police violence.Or when the jazz trumpeter Keyon Harrold sings amazing Grace or Raise Ev’ry’s voice and sing, African American National Anthem.
On the stage sat the Gospel Choir, eighteen pastors, and the Attorney General Keith Ellison, Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, Senator Amy Klobuchar, and the Mayor of Minneapolis Jacob Frey and Minnesota Governor Tim Waltz. After being welcomed by the church priest, two people took over the ceremony: Ben Crump, a well-known lawyer for the George Floyd family-he will also represent the Daunte Wright family. Reverend Al Sharpton is a figure in the civil rights struggle. The priest’s organization National Action Network paid for all funeral expenses.
“Mrs. Wright’s life is important! Daunte Wright’s life is important!” Ben Crump rejected the “Black Lives Matter” formula and offered to chant with him, his fists raised.
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