The protests are continuing in the United States, where at least 40 cities have decreed a curfew and remain under the custody of the National Guard, and even on Tuesday the U.S. capital experienced an unexpected potluck as protesters continued to march in front of the White House.
More than a week after the African-American George Floyd died of asphyxiation due to the pressure of a white policeman’s knee on his neck, scenes of people walking the streets are repeated in different U.S. cities, although the destruction and looting of other days has subsided.
A day after U.S. President Donald Trump announced that the National Guard would be sent to enforce “strictly” the curfew in Washington, a much larger crowd than on Monday, with thousands of people, gathered in the afternoon in the center of the nation’s capital.
And just at 7 p.m. local time, when the restriction began in the capital, the pots and pans began to ring in some areas, in response to a call that circulated on social networks, with the intention of joining the protests. The proposal apparently arose from someone else’s question about the safest way to unite their voices during the night and send the message of support for the slogan that the protesters are repeating in different parts of the country: “Without justice there is no peace”.