US protesters defy curfew: Demonstrations against police brutality continue in major cities
It's the eighth night of protest.
Protests against racism have spread to even more US cities, becoming violent in many of them.
What began as demonstrations over the death of George Floyd after being arrested, has reawoken national outrage over deaths blamed on the police.
Al Jazeera's Mike Hanna reports. Thousands defied US curfews to protest the death of George Floyd while outrage continued to reverberate in Europe on Tuesday. Black women are disproportionately victims of police brutality, but activists say they've been left behind and erased from the mainstream fight against police violence. Violence flares across the United States for the sixth night in a row as anger spreads over the death of a black man in police custody; There are now curfews in several cities, including the capital.