USA-Women's March/Washington

U.S. women, men march against racism, gov't's COVID-19 response

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Washington D.C., USA - Oct 17, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of protesters gather in street, holding boards
2. Protesters shouting out
3. Man wearing flag
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Shannie, marcher:
"I'm scared. I'm scared for my future grandchildren, my future nieces and nephews. So the only thing I know how to do is let our voices be heard. And that's what I plan on doing."
5. Protesters, board
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Rostafa, marcher:
"That (the killing of George Floyd) ignited a new flame and a new an attitude for people to really recognize that there is still a systematic racism. We do not want this to happen again. We don't want another George Floyd incident, regardless of the skin color."
7. Protesters applauding
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Taylor, marcher:
"Yes, 100 percent. I mean, all we have is people up in the White House right now, and on our TV is telling us that it's not a big deal. I don't worry about it. Meanwhile, there's more cases every day and people are dying."
9. Various of protesters

Storyline


Thousands of people gathered on Saturday in Washington, D.C., and in hundreds of cities across the country for the fifth Women's March.

The march continues to promote gender equality, women's rights and calls for strengthening unity to mend the social fracture in the country.

"I'm scared. I'm scared for my future grandchildren, my future nieces and nephews. So the only thing I know how to do is let our voices be heard. And that's what I plan on doing," said Shannie, a marcher.

Some participants are of the opinion that the gap created by social divisions within American society and differences among different social classes have increased, especially for female groups struggling with lower income and employment discrimination.

Others are marching to bring attention to the increase in racial inequality in the United States, and are calling upon people from different social classes in the country to remain vigilant so that the issue of racial discrimination can be resolved soon.

"That (the killing of George Floyd) ignited a new flame and a new an attitude for people to really recognize that there is still a systematic racism. We do not want this to happen again. We don't want another George Floyd incident, regardless of the skin color," said Rostafa, another marcher.

Some marchers said they are dissatisfied with the government's response during the COVID-19 outbreak.

"Yes, 100 percent. I mean, all we have is people up in the White House right now, and on our TV is telling us that it's not a big deal. I don't worry about it. Meanwhile, there's more cases every day and people are dying," said Taylor, a marcher.

The country's cumulative case count reached 8,101,940, including a death toll of 219,154 as of 20:24 Eastern Standard Time on Saturday, according to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University.

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  • Dateline : Oct 17, 2020
  • Location : United States
  • Category : society
  • Duration : 1'52
  • Audio Language : English/Nats
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USA-Women's March/Washington

U.S. women, men march against racism, gov't's COVID-19 response

Dateline : Oct 17, 2020

Location : United States

Duration : 1'52

  • English
  • العربية
  • Pусский
  • Español


Washington D.C., USA - Oct 17, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of protesters gather in street, holding boards
2. Protesters shouting out
3. Man wearing flag
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Shannie, marcher:
"I'm scared. I'm scared for my future grandchildren, my future nieces and nephews. So the only thing I know how to do is let our voices be heard. And that's what I plan on doing."
5. Protesters, board
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Rostafa, marcher:
"That (the killing of George Floyd) ignited a new flame and a new an attitude for people to really recognize that there is still a systematic racism. We do not want this to happen again. We don't want another George Floyd incident, regardless of the skin color."
7. Protesters applauding
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Taylor, marcher:
"Yes, 100 percent. I mean, all we have is people up in the White House right now, and on our TV is telling us that it's not a big deal. I don't worry about it. Meanwhile, there's more cases every day and people are dying."
9. Various of protesters


Thousands of people gathered on Saturday in Washington, D.C., and in hundreds of cities across the country for the fifth Women's March.

The march continues to promote gender equality, women's rights and calls for strengthening unity to mend the social fracture in the country.

"I'm scared. I'm scared for my future grandchildren, my future nieces and nephews. So the only thing I know how to do is let our voices be heard. And that's what I plan on doing," said Shannie, a marcher.

Some participants are of the opinion that the gap created by social divisions within American society and differences among different social classes have increased, especially for female groups struggling with lower income and employment discrimination.

Others are marching to bring attention to the increase in racial inequality in the United States, and are calling upon people from different social classes in the country to remain vigilant so that the issue of racial discrimination can be resolved soon.

"That (the killing of George Floyd) ignited a new flame and a new an attitude for people to really recognize that there is still a systematic racism. We do not want this to happen again. We don't want another George Floyd incident, regardless of the skin color," said Rostafa, another marcher.

Some marchers said they are dissatisfied with the government's response during the COVID-19 outbreak.

"Yes, 100 percent. I mean, all we have is people up in the White House right now, and on our TV is telling us that it's not a big deal. I don't worry about it. Meanwhile, there's more cases every day and people are dying," said Taylor, a marcher.

The country's cumulative case count reached 8,101,940, including a death toll of 219,154 as of 20:24 Eastern Standard Time on Saturday, according to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University.

ID : 8162003

Published : 2020-10-18 11:36

Last Modified : 2020-10-18 18:31:55

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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