Actor Jamie Foxx / San Francisco Mayor London / San Francisco / California Tuesday / African-American George Floyd / Stephen Lam

Actor Jamie Foxx joins San Francisco Mayor London Breed in taking a knee during the “kneel-in” protest in San Francisco, California on Tuesday as he encourages others to take action and demand justice following the death of African-American George Floyd. | Stephen Lam, @Reuters 

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