The left side of the PSG participated in the demonstration of family support for Adama Traoré, who died in 2016 during his arrest.
More than 20,000 people took part in the demonstration organized in front of the Paris headquarters in Paris on Tuesday to protest police violence.
Among the participants in this meeting organized by the Family Support Committee of Adama Traoré, a young man who died in Beaumont-sur-Oise in 2016 during an arrest by the police, we found the Parisian left side Layvin Kurzawa.
The French international (13 samples) has shared several photos on social networks. He wrote in particular “Justice for Adama. Justice for George. Justice for All … Today I saw a France working together.”
Prevented from being banned due to sanitary measures linked to Covid-19, this collection had a great response with the population.
Protesters protested police violence and racism. A trade union announcement also coming after George Floyd’s death, arrested by Minneapolis police (USA). A case that has caused a movement in recent days.
– layvin kurzawa 20 (@layvinkurzawa) June 2, 2020