George Floyd protesters share the same outcry – but demonstrators across the country have put up their own stamps at rallies, and meditation sessions, cowboys and singalongs show up in different cities.
Namaste shared a moment in the demonstrations earlier this week in Los Angeles, taking some time to practice yoga and breathing. According to the Los Angeles Times.
“Completely inhale through your nose,” one of the protesters advised, and the crowd lingered. “Breathe fully through your nose.”
Meanwhile, the applause erupted when a local Cowboys team stepped on horseback on Tuesday. News station KSAT reported.
This group is called the Urban Trail Riding Club, Nunstop Riders The video was seen on Twitter Leading the crowd in the streets.
“The people of Houston pulled up with horses. This is the most Texas thing I’ve ever seen.” One Twitter user wrote.
Philadelphia residents used the protests to amplify their own voices – rapper Meek Mill, Whose probation is war Sparked its own rallies.
“A mild mind in the midst of the struggle. The crowd is singing in Philadelphia [Mill’s] Dreams and dreams outside City Hall, ” One user has tweeted.
Footage from Seattle showed protesters using their umbrellas as shields in a rainy city.
“In Seattle, demonstrators use umbrellas to protect themselves from police. Take notes everyone, ”a person Tweeted.
Protests erupted across the country, with dozens of black men in Minneapolis following the death of Floyd, a white policeman, Derek Sauv, after kneeling on his neck for several minutes.