Delawareans on Love and Solidarity in the Wake of George Floyd’s Death

As our country grieves over the death of George Floyd, here’s how Delawareans are reacting and spreading messages of love and equality.

Messages of grief, outrage and solidarity have flooded our timelines in the wake of the death of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man who died in police custody in Minneapolis on May 25. Delaware saw multiple protests calling for justice over the weekend, and locals have taken to social media to share their responses.

Delaware leaders and celebrities have also participated in Blackout Tuesday on June 2, a movement meant to spread awareness and solidarity for the Black Lives Matter movement.

From messages of love and equality to posts about taking action to enact change, here’s how Delawareans are reacting.

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