'It's the Skin That I'm In': Protesters Shout Black Pride Chant in Washington

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Thousands of protesters gathered Washington on Saturday, June 6, as part of the ongoing demonstrations against police brutality and racism.

This video shows protesters engaging in a black-pride chant near the White House. In the video, a woman leads the crowd through the chant: “It’s the skin that I’m in. I love being black. I said I love being black. It’s the texture of my hair. And I will rock it everywhere.”

Several demonstrations were planned throughout Washington on Saturday, prompting street closures and parking restrictions.

By Saturday afternoon, about 3,000 protesters gathered at the Lincoln Memorial and another group of about 3,000 gathered near Lafayette Square, the Metropolitan Police Department’s traffic division said. Credit: Kristina Biyad via Storyful

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    Bryan K
    https://heavy.com/news/2019/08/tony-timpa/
    What no protest for Tony? Why? Is it because his skin color? That would be racist.
    Tony Timpa is a Texas man seen in a body cam video being mocked by police before he died after being restrained by officers.
    Tony Timpa is a Texas man seen in a body cam video being mocked by police before he died after being restrained by officers.
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    Frank
    Honestly I respect black people less now and so does my child. See these people acting like Animals, acting as if they care about Floyd's death, LOL. They care about what they can get for free. Great job black people for taking Many steps Backwards.
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