Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes a knee during in a Black Lives Matter protest on Parliament Hill June 5, 2020 in Ottawa, Canada.

Justin Trudeau rides his knee at the Black Lives Mater demonstration in Parliament Hill

Trudeau’s solidarity action comes after he declined to comment earlier in the day on whether to attend the protest. However, he arrived at the Parliament building – the seat of the Canadian Parliament – wearing a black mask of cloth on Friday afternoon and surrounded by security guards, according to CNN affiliate CTVnews.

Trudeau did not speak at the event, although he applauded and nodded with some of the other speakers, including a moment when the spokesman asserted that there was no compromise on racism. On another point, “Amin” shouted with other protesters after one of the speakers discussed promoting love and justice.

CTV News reported that some in the crowd shouted at him to confront US President Donald Trump.

Although many celebrities have been outspoken about their support for protesters in the United States, the support of world leaders has been muted, despite global protests that included the slogan of black life.

On Monday, the Canadian leader paused for about 20 seconds when asked about the president, and he seemed clearly uneasy before he stepped on to the question.
Friday’s protest, “No Peace Until Justice,” was organized as part of a series of protests against police brutality and systemic racism around the world after George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis.

Silence of the Masses Minutes of Silence for approximately nine minutes – the amount of time that former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin kept on his knee pressed onto Floyd’s neck. During this silence, many rode too.

Trudeau joined them.

The Ottawa Police Service told CTVnews in a statement that the march was peaceful. And they said, “We respect the rights of our residents and members of society to speak when they see injustice and understand society’s deep pain and frustration.” “Our role is to provide a safe space for people to be sad and listen.”

Public Health Ottawa The audience asked To wash their hands, clean their belongings and put their clothes in the wash, all to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus.

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