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Blackout Tuesday: Companies, celebrities and the public show support in fight against racism

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Blackout Tuesday: Companies, celebrities and the public show support in fight against racism

Blackout Tuesday: Companies, celebrities and the public show support in fight against racism

Blackout Tuesday has seen celebrities, radio and TV stations reflect on the death of George Floyd.

The black american died after a white police officer knelt on his neck for eight minutes.

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