In the United States, protests don’t seem to want to end.
After George Floyd‘s death last Monday, Minneapolis’ anger has spread across the nation, now in the total chaos.
The reason for these revolts is to make the country more aware of racism, which has affected a large number of people in recent years.
But what started as peace protests now result in violence and looting in various cities of America, Los Angels seems to be the hardest hit.
We see in fact that stores such as Nike, Adidas, Flight Club, Supreme and Round Two have been completely destroyed and robbed, for no apparent reason.
Moreover, some art galleries were also attacked, which contained some pieces of the artist KAWS.
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The various realities affected have already expressed themselves on social networks, communicating their bitterness in this regard.
The Designer Don C also decided to give us his opinion, stating that:
“If looting stores clears the pain of people, that’s fine with me.
If, on the other hand, you are only taking advantage of this protest, your actions are comparable to those of a third-degree manslaughter. “
The national guard is already intervening to appease the protests, waiting for America to finally restart.
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