Two protesters hold signs with anti-racist messages

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The death of George Floyd in the United States has resonated in Spain, where black people are seven times as likely to be stopped by police as white people.

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At the George Floyd memorial in Spain, protesters hold signs in Spanish that translate to "Being black is not a crime," and "For an anti-racist world," Madrid, Spain, June 7, 2020. 

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