Some people moved through the crowds, passing out bottles of water, and because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, masks were also distributed. Most of the demonstrators were wearing masks but were also fewer than six feet away from each other.Bowser and Trump: DC Mayor Bowser responds to Trump’s criticism over police after George Floyd protestsCorey Gwynn, a 27 year old speech pathologist from Alexandria, Virginia, told USA TODAY she had joined the protest because she was “upset about the lack of equality,” especially as people had peacefully protested for so long “with no change.”Asked what she thought of the protests around the country, some of which turned violent, she said she “can’t blame her brothers and sisters, but that’s not the way I’m going about it.””Merchandise can be replaced, but black lives can’t,” she said.Floyd, 46, died Monday evening, shortly after video footage showed him handcuffed, gasping for air and saying “I can’t breathe,” as a white officer knelt on his neck for more than eight minutes. The video, taken by a bystander, circulated online and prompted widespread protests nationwide.
The water supply of the district consists of that of the water companies and that of the street pumps. The sub district of Golden Square is supplied by the Grand Junction Company, with water from the Thames, facing Brentford, at Kew, which is almost entirely freed from animal and vegetable impurities before it is distributed. The sub district of Berwick Street is supplied by the New River Company; the division between the companies being exactly that between the two sub districts of the parish just named.
Except for the reader, all participants first listen to a short story. As the story is being read, the others should write questions that relate to the story, with the questions ranging from simple to challenging and detailed. Once the story is over, give the questions to the reader, who will then ask those questions, beginning with simple ones and working up to the harder ones one question per player.