Jonathan De Camps

Photographer
    
George Floyd Ft. Lauderdale Protest
Location: Miami, FL
Nationality: Dominican/PuertoRican
Biography: Jonathan De Camps is a freelance photographer and filmmaker based in Miami, Florida. Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico to Dominican parents in November 1983, and raised in the Dominican Republic since a very young age. Jonathan's... read on
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George Floyd Ft. Lauderdale Protest
On Sunday, May 31, 2020, peaceful manifestations of protest took place in downtown Ft. Lauderdale.

After the closing of the protest everybody was urged to head home, 
demonstrators were then attacked by law enforcement, 
who turned aggressive towards a woman on the ground.

The activists responded in defense, causing the police officers 
to call for back up.
The protesters, unarmed, stayed united until they got attacked 
with the use of teargas over the crowd.


This is the visual story.

En la tarde del Domingo 31 de Mayo del 2020, manifestantes se pronunciaron pacificamente en el centro de la ciudad de Ft. Lauderdale

Después de la clausura de la manifestación, los organizadores solicitaron a los manifestantes a que se dirigieran hacia sus hogares pacificamente. En este transcurso, la manifestación se tornó agresiva después de un atercado entre un oficial de policia y una mujer en el suelo.

Los activistas respondieron en defensa, causando que la policía llamara por refuerzos. Los manifestantes, desarmados, se mantuvieron unidos hasta que fueron atacados con bombas lacrimógenas.

Esta es su historia visual


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