#BlackLivesMatter: when prosperous suburbs join their voice to the challenge

Bethesda, Maryland, is one of Washington’s richest suburbs in the United States. The colleges are good, the crime rate is low and the latest demonstrations for civil rights date back to the 1960s. At the beginning of May, a few days after George Floyd’s death, the slogans found there are the same as in the poor districts of Minneapolis. Report by Mathieu Mabin and Fanny Allard.