U.S. sees biggest rallies yet for racial justice after George Floyd death.

  • In Washington, tens of thousands of people rallied at the Lincoln Memorial then marched to the White House on Saturday in the biggest protest yet during 12 days of demonstrations across the United States.
  • The gatherings in Washington and dozens of other U.S. cities and towns were notable for a generally lower level of tension and discord than was seen during much of the preceding week.
  • Several dozen white and black protesters demonstrated on Saturday in Vidor, once notorious as a Ku Klux Klan stronghold.
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