Over the weekend, protesters gathered in other cities, including London, Berlin and Auckland, to show solidarity with the American people and to protest against police brutality.
Some participants marched on the US embassy in the Nine Elms area of the capital.
Crowds gathered in front of the US embassy in Berlin on Saturday and Sunday. Participants wore masks and carried signs proclaiming “Black Life Matters” and “Justice Can’t Wait”.
Protesters marched on the streets of Copenhagen on Sunday in protest of Floyd’s death and heard a “Nast in, Knots Story” dance. Some Danes gathered outside the U.S. embassy in the capital.
In Milan, the public held a flashmob near the U.S. Consulate in the city on Thursday.
Floyd’s assassination was protested at multiple locations across New Zealand on Monday. Demonstrations and surveillance were held in thousands of places, including Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
There were also several demonstrations over the weekend in Canada, as crowds rallied against alleged brutality by police.
Protesters in Toronto on Saturday chanted slogans involving the Back Live Matter movement.
And thousands gathered in Vancouver on Sunday to show solidarity with U.S. protesters.
More international protests are expected in the coming days as unrest continues in the United States over Floyd’s death.
At least three rallies are planned in multiple cities in Australia. One Tuesday is scheduled for Sydney, one Saturday for Brisbane and one Saturday for Melbourne,
Thousands of protesters have identified themselves by taking part in each Facebook event page.