Black Lives Matter Edinburgh and Glasgow protests RECAP: huge crowds gather as Scotland stands up to racism
Thousands gather in Scotland’s main cities to show support for action against racism.
Activists have gathered in their numbers in Edinburgh and Glasgow in the wake of George Floyd protests taking hold of countries worldwide.
Crowds can be seen in both cities as demonstrators stand together wearing masks and holding anti-racist signs.
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Black Lives Matter Edinburgh and Glasgow protests RECAP: Thousands gather in support for action against racism
Last updated: Sunday, 07 June, 2020, 15:14
- Black Lives Matter protest in Edinburgh and Glasgow
- Thousands gather to show their support for action against racism
- Lewis Capaldi spotted joining in with others at the rally in Edinburgh
Lewis Capaldi was seen attending the Black Lives Matter protests in Edinburgh
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'Street protests pose a clear risk, even if people are social distancing,' Humza Yousaf
'I feel the anger and the sadness that has led to people to come together today but the threat of Covid-19 is still with us'
Humza Yousaf urges people not to attend mass gatherings to show support for action again racism, but instead encourages them to protest in other ways that are safe amid the pandemic