Hundreds of residents joined the Black Lives Matter March, calling for an end to racism and white supremacy in the British Virgin Islands and the wider world.
The march commenced at the Noel Lloyd Positive Action Movement Park in Road Town and ended with a ceremony at the Queen Elizabeth Park.
Among the protesters were Premier Andrew Fahie, Deputy Premier Carvin Malone, Deputy Speaker of the House of Assembly Neville Smith, Junior Tourism Minister Sharie de Castro, Works Minister Kye Rymer, and Education Minister Dr Natalio Wheatley, among others.
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