It ‘started with a tweet. Wankenge Philomena, 22, was a protest after George Floyd organizing death. “Let’s do some ‘noise,” wrote on May 28, with a handful emoji solidarity. He started a group chat, and those who were active on them, the Board of Directors for the Freedom Fighters DC, a group of less than two weeks was old, but thousands mobilize new votes in a renewed push for racial justice in the nation’s capital helped. With a megaphone under his arm and a black screw matter buzzed fist on the back of his head, Wankenge was one of the organizers, thousands of people in Washington have conducted against the brutality of the march police June 6 They gathered at the Capitol Hill and streamed past the national Museum of African American History and culture, where they took a knee, then past president Donald Trump courtyard. E ‘was created by thousands of chanting protesters chanted “No justice, peace, defund the police” and “F-ck Trump” result, while songs like Childish Gambino hear: “This is America” Most of them were wearing face masks despite the heat. “The level of aggressiveness who calls the police not suitable for people regardless of race,” says Wakenenge. “But it’s just that is harassing blacks easier for them and no one really says something.” More and more people are now speaking out. The Floyd’s death has prompted a revolt against systemic injustice on a large scale. From New York to Los Angeles to continue to fill the protesters in the streets against racial injustice. In Washington, a long stream of thousands of people carried signs to remind the world – again – the question of black life. For many, it felt like a turning point. The coalition of supporters is the expansion, the protesters, and the pandemic Crown made it difficult to ignore the systemic inequality in America. “This changes everything, because the whole world is involved and watch,” says Carmen Giordano, 39, a resident D. C. protest area near the White House. Around them was a summer festival atmosphere, with people handing out T-shirts bubbles and food and drink, bubbles, and signs. Although the area surrounding the last days to the White House, has become a flash point on Saturday between police and demonstrators, he was welcoming. The protesters demands go beyond justice for Floyd to racially discriminatory police practices to end and dismantle systemic racism. In Washington, protesters called the police budget for the reduction and the addition of a new prison to lock the stop and frisk tactics Ban and investing in the communities. “I do not think the police need to work on a large family like. I do not think they should have militarized weapons,” says Taylor Jenkins, 29, with a sign calling for the cessation of funding by the police and military vehicles few blocks away parked. Jenkins has expressed optimism that the police had reached the termination of funding, noting that several major cities are already looking to the police department to cut budgets. Activists say that the national outcry, coming from the white Americans finally Floyd Death is around them to see the current breeds injustice. “We have, I get a reaction have ever seen,” says Alex Hagans, 30, of Mitchellville, Md. “We are no longer alone.” Hagans, who works in technology and business studies at the University of Maryland, remember to go to the office of Eric Garner Chokehold after police in July 2014 and died as he was feeling the einzigereinzigeeinziges him around to fight with message. “While you’re sitting there in the office, and that’s all I think about all the other normal day like nothing happened with. Many times children is that this happens, the dying, and you feel only when you think you could have, “said Hagans. “Companies are now talking internally and externally. It ‘a great business.” Many protesters also signs that the coalition of black life issue is to expand. Protesters refer to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell in the NFL had to admit wrong, how it treats the player peaceful protests. Polls Wear the idea that the cause has expanded outside: in a survey published this week in Monmouth 76%, Americans racial and ethnic discrimination is a problem in the US, compared with 51% in January 2015. Some of those coming out in protest on Saturday were kept not to expect too much. They were before. Racial inequality here has been one of the biggest stories in America Donald Trump of choice, but the limited sparks protests sustainable change. “My hope is there will not flash when the pan. We had so many blacks men – unarmed blacks men – killed unjustly,” said Chad Jackson, 49, platoon commander of Severn, Maryland, on a street in front the White House, painted with words. “Black Lives matter” at the behest of Washington Muriel Bowser mayor. Jackson served in the Army as a scout cavalry and a sergeant, and held a large yellow poster board that read: “When there is the land of freedom for me” Protesters demand more than symbolic gestures. Activists have criticized Wall Bowser “Black Lives Matter” and “Black Lives Matter Plaza” street sign, noting that their budget did not propose to meet its concerns and cuts had focused communities take action, but for the police. Following hired protesters day reportedly asking “defund the police” yellow from wall street. The organizers accused those who applauded at a recent protest, the police took a knee, remember that Floyd, because a policeman had been killed were kneeling on his neck. “Why the f-ck we cheer on their knees to the police?” One protester asked the crowd. But often the mood is a marked change from the past few days was cheerful. As thousands of protesters 17th Street NW, over the same ports marched that trucks National Guard led by officials on Monday had before violently the protesters removed, the orange truck driver cities parked along the road in support of their horns at all volume. Rose Cheers. E ‘was heard loud enough for President Trump in the White House the other side of the gate.