There have been several visual displays of the protests since George Floyd’s murder. These can be useful when teaching any class, and especially with English Language Learners.
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Here are the visual displays:
How Black Lives Reached Every Corner of America is from The NY Times.
Bird’s Eye View of Protests Across the U.S. and Around the World is from The NY Times.
Panoramic View of Signs on White House Fence is from The Washington Post.
Mapping anti-racism solidarity protests around the world is from Al Jazeera.
Protests across America after George Floyd’s death is from CNN.
Map: George Floyd protests around the world is from NBC News.
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The Endless Call is from The Washington Post.