By Bombo Ponciano ‘John’ Melo Jr -June 5, 2020 | 10:14 AM
NBA superstar Stephen Curry joined a peaceful protest along with other Golden State Warriors teammates in California to call for justice of George Floyd and the equality for every lives.
While the world was stopped by the pandemic coronavirus, the incident of George Floyd ignited the call for anti-racism protests.
George who was caught by the police died after the officer kneeled on his neck for eight minutes despite the victim’s plead ‘I can’t breathe.’
Racism is a century old battle, especially for the black people. Currently, protests are happening in every part of America that reaches out overseas.
NBA players and personalities also showed up in other march including Filipino-American Jordan Clarkson, JR Smith, Karl-Anthony Towns, and Stephen Jackson, who was a close friend of Floyd.