/The woman behind France’s Black Lives Matter movement wants a race-blind society to recognize its racism

The woman behind France’s Black Lives Matter movement wants a race-blind society to recognize its racism

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Assa Traoré’s brother Adama died in French police custody in 2016 on his 24th birthday. “Justice for Adama” and for George Floyd have been twinned messages in the massive protests that have overtaken the streets of Paris and other French cities.
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