Batman participated in US protests

A person in Batman costume participated in the protests that started after a black man was killed by the police in the USA. The activists screened the Batman costume guy with their cell phones.

Batman Icon in US protests

The comic character “Batman” began to participate in actions launched by blacks. Especially in the racism movements in the USA, batman started to become an icon. Black people take actions in the US for their freedom.

Protests against racism and police violence began after the black man named George Floyd was killed by police in Minneapolis, USA. While people of all races and skin colors participated in the protests, a person who participated in the protest with the Batman costume brought to mind the cops scene of the police and the public in the movie Batman: The Dark Knight Rises.

Protests that started in the city after Black George George Floyd were drowned by a police officer in Minneapolis, USA, and spread across the country. As protests turned violent, curfews were declared in 25 cities in 16 states. After the police intervention was insufficient, the National Guards took action and patrols began in the partnership of the police and army, where the curfew was declared.

BATMAN BETWEEN ACTIONS

While people from all races and colors participate in protests against racism and police violence, the protests also have different scenes. The protesters applauded a person who participated in the protest with the famous comic book and movie character Batman costume. The person in the Batman costume walking between the activists and the smoke in the images brought to mind the images of the police and the public in the movie Batman: The Dark Knight Rises. The people who rebelled in the movie started clashing with the police and Batman was walking among them.

Many comic book heroes like Batman have become iconic. Especially the demonstrators carry “Black Panther” posters for justice. The actions started to cause great problems in the USA. The United States is on fire!

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