Minnesota Celebrates Career Criminal With George Floyd ‘Remembrance Day’ On Memorial Day Weekend

‘George Floyd Remembrance Day is a time to honor him and every person whose life has been cut short due to systems of racism and discrimination’

The Post Millennial

(PM.)  Minnesota Governor Tim Walz has once again proclaimed May 25 as “George Floyd Remembrance Day.”

In an official proclamation released by the governor, Walz stated “George Floyd’s murder ignited a global movement, accentuating the systemic racism that Black, Indigenous, and other communities of color have endured for centuries,” and that “true justice for George Floyd will come only by upholding high standards of accountability and investing in genuine systemic change.”

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