Protesters gear up for another day of demonstration in Washington, DC | AFP

Protesters gear up for another day of demonstration in Washington, DC, gathering early by the fence that is blocking access to Lafayette Park and the White House. Tens of thousands of peaceful protesters are rallying for racial justice this weekend in cities across the United States following the death of African American George Floyd at the hands of police. IMAGES N°1T12K3

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Protest near White House stays calm after curfew

A large protest around Lafayette Park near the White House was peaceful Tuesday evening as demonstrators defied a 7 p.m. curfew in the nation’s capital. (June 2)

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Thousands continue to protest near the White House

Thousands of protesters massed across the street from Lafayette Park near the White House Tuesday, even as the 7 pm curfew came and went, as military and civilian law enforcement personnel stood on the other side of a black chain link fence. (June 2)

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Hundreds support Black Lives Matter in suburban DC

Hundreds of people gathered for a Black Lives Matter rally outside of Washington, D.C. one day after protesters were forcibly ejected from Lafayette Park near the White House. Protests over the death of George Floyd continue in many cities. (June 2)

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Protests, tear gas and fires in Washington, DC

In Washington, D.C. police fired tear gas stun grenades into the crowd of more than 1,000 people, largely clearing Lafayette Park across the street from the White House. A building that houses public bathrooms was set on fire. (June 1)

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Protest near White House over George Floyd’s death

Hundreds of people gathered in Lafayette Park near the White House after marching in the nation’s capital to protest against the death of George Floyd while in police custody. (May 29)

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