A Black Lives Matter painting is seen on 16th street near the White House.
A massive "Black Lives Matter" mural was painted in yellow letters on a street near the White House on Friday, ahead of expected large demonstrations on Saturday to protest racism and police brutality in the United States.
A tear slipped down the cheek of Ghanaian-German artist Zohra Opoku as she recalled how the global Black Lives Matter had kindled her pain and anger while she was stranded away from home due to coronavirus lockdowns.
Several dozen artists spray-painted murals and slogans on boarded-up businesses in Oakland, California, this week in support of Black Lives Matter and George Floyd, an unarmed black man, killed by a white policeman.
About the piece posted on his Instagram page, the mysterious street artist said that ‘people of colour are being failed by the system — the white system.'
The toppling of a statue of a 17th-century slave trader in the English port city of Bristol was hailed by some as a long-overdue reckoning with Britain's imperialist past and denounced by others as a criminal act.
Highlighting artificial intelligence and the space sector, the pavilion themed “Innovating for a shared future” urged everyone to “add your voice to a continuously changing collective message and get an awe-inspiring glimpse into the future, exploring everything from the commercialisation of space to artificial intelligence.”
The news of the live shows comes as Adele prepares to release her fourth studio album 30.
"Friends would not have been the same without you," Aniston wrote, alongside a post that featured a scene from an episode of 'Friends.'
The 5th edition of the El Gouna Film Festival (GFF), which ran for nine days in the Egyptian Red Sea resort town from October 14, confirmed the event’s growing eminence as a showcase of the best of world and Arab cinema in the MENA region.