A member of South Africa's opposition party, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), wears a red shirt and chants outside the US embassy in Pretoria, South Africa, on June 8, 2020. 


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"If you want to change, it has to start with an acknowledgment," says Stan Henkeman, executive director of the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation in Cape Town.

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A member of South Africa's opposition party, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), leads chants during a protest against the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police and Collins Khoza, who died after a confrontation with South African security forces enforcing the nationwide coronavirus disease lockdown, outside the US Embassy in Pretoria, South Africa, June 8, 2020. 


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