US protesters defy curfews as outrage over police brutality intensifies
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.
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