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Protestors holding up signs at the Adelaide Justice for George Floyd march, Tarndanyangga.

Protestors holding up signs at the Adelaide Justice for George Floyd march, Tarndanyangga.

Protestors holding up signs at the Adelaide Justice for George Floyd march in Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). The signs have the messages 'Silence is violence' and 'No Justice No Peace #BLM'. The protest, also referred to as a 'Black Lives Matter' protest, was held on 6 June 2020. It started at Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square), in response to the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, and was organised by Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, and Sosblakaustralia SA Action Group. In addition, it was a rally to protest police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in Australia, and was in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle. Attendees were instructed by the organisers to wear masks and follow social distancing guidelines due to COVID-19.

Natasha Wanganeen speaking at the Adelaide Justice for George Floyd march, Tarndanyangga.

Natasha Wanganeen speaking at the Adelaide Justice for George Floyd march, Tarndanyangga.

Natasha Wanganeen addressing the crowd at the Adelaide Justice for George Floyd march in Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). She is wearing an 'I Can't Breathe! #BLM' jumper. The protest, also referred to as 'Black Lives Matter', was held on 6 June 2020 and attended by more than 5000 people. It started at Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square), in response to the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, and was organised by Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, and Sosblakaustralia SA Action Group. In addition, it was a rally to protest police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in Australia, and was in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle. Attendees were instructed by the organisers to wear masks and follow social distancing guidelines due to COVID-19.

Crowd at the Adelaide Justice for George Floyd march, Tarndanyangga.

Crowd at the Adelaide Justice for George Floyd march, Tarndanyangga.

Crowd at the Adelaide Justice for George Floyd march in Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). Signs in the crowd have the messages 'We all bleed red', 'Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere', 'Racism is a pandemic!', 'Racism is small dick energy', 'Not only here for George, this is about systemic racism in countries built on genocide and stolen land', and 'When do I go from cute to dangerous?'. The protest, also referred to as 'Black Lives Matter' protest, was held on 6 June 2020. It started at Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square), in response to the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, and was organised by Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, and Sosblakaustralia SA Action Group. In addition, it was a rally to protest police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in Australia, and was in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle. Attendees were instructed by the organisers to wear masks and follow social distancing guidelines due to COVID-19.

Section of the crowd at the Adelaide Justice for George Floyd march, Tarndanyangga.

Section of the crowd at the Adelaide Justice for George Floyd march, Tarndanyangga.

Section of the crowd at the Adelaide Justice for George Floyd march in Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). Signs in the crowd have the messages 'Stop black deaths in custody!', 'Black Lives Matter', and 'Take a stand and a knee, fight the fight for equality'. The protest, also referred to as 'Black Lives Matter' protest, was held on 6 June 2020. It started at Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square), in response to the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, and was organised by Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, and Sosblakaustralia SA Action Group. In addition, it was a rally to protest police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in Australia, and was in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle. Attendees were instructed by the organisers to wear masks and follow social distancing guidelines due to COVID-19.

Woman and child at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Woman and child at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Woman and child with a placard, 'Our skin colour should not make a difference' at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Woman and police at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Woman and police at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Woman and police at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). She is selling assorted products at the event. Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Young protestors at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Young protestors at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Young protestors at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). They are wearing BLM masks, and have a sign with the message, 'To the Australian Governments and their instruments of death, get your knees off our necks'. Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Crowd at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Crowd at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Crowd at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Crowd at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Crowd at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Crowd at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Woman holding a 'Silence is violence' placard at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Woman holding a 'Silence is violence' placard at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Woman holding a 'Silence is violence' placard at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Man holding 'Always was always will be' placard at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Man holding 'Always was always will be' placard at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Man holding 'Always was always will be' placard at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Woman holding a 'You fucked with the last generation' placard at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Woman holding a 'You fucked with the last generation' placard at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Woman holding a 'You fucked with the last generation' placard in the crowd at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Section of the crowd at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Section of the crowd at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Section of the crowd at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

People in the crowd with signs and placards at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

People in the crowd with signs and placards at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

People in the crowd with signs and placards at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). Signs include 'Kids R not born racist..... They R taught it!', 'Black Lives Matter', 'We gotta problem We gotta fix it!!', 'Call for Justice', 'Same story different soil', and 'Indigenous lives matter'. Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Woman holding a 'RIP' placard at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Woman holding a 'RIP' placard at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Woman holding a placard in the crowd at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). The sign is full of initials and says 'R.I.P. And the countless more deaths at the hands of police'. Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Motorcycle riders from Black Death Australia at the front of the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Motorcycle riders from Black Death Australia at the front of the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Motorcycle riders from Black Death Australia at the front of the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Black Lives Matter - keep up the fight rally, King William Street.

Black Lives Matter - keep up the fight rally, King William Street.

Crowd travelling along King William Road during the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally. Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Black Lives Matter - keep up the fight rally, King William Street.

Black Lives Matter - keep up the fight rally, King William Street.

Crowd travelling along King William Road during the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally. Signs being carried include 'Blak Lives Matter' and 'White silence equals violence'. Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Woman at the Black Lives Matter - keep up the fight rally, King William Street.

Woman at the Black Lives Matter - keep up the fight rally, King William Street.

Woman holding a placard in the crowd travelling along King William Road during the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally. The sign has the message, 'This may not be America, this is Australia!! Grant Wanganeen killed by Police in Para Hills. Justice Kirby: 'Racism is an Infantile disorder'. Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Protestors holding placards at the Black Lives Matter - keep up the fight rally, King William Street.

Protestors holding placards at the Black Lives Matter - keep up the fight rally, King William Street.

Protestors holding placards at the Black Lives Matter - keep up the fight rally, King William Street. The signs have the messages, 'Implement the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Black Deaths in Custody', 'No justice no peace, f**k racist police', and 'If you ain't about indigenous lives matter you ain't about Black Lives Matter'. Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Australian Communist Party members at the Black Lives Matter - keep up the fight rally, King William Street.

Australian Communist Party members at the Black Lives Matter - keep up the fight rally, King William Street.

Australian Communist Party members carrying flags at the Black Lives Matter - keep up the fight rally, King William Street. Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Black Lives Matter - keep up the fight rally, King William Street.

Black Lives Matter - keep up the fight rally, King William Street.

Crowd travelling along King William Road during the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally. Signs and banners being carried include 'David Dungay said 12 times I can't breathe', 'Stop deaths in custody', and 'Equality for indigenous Australians, end the injustice'. Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Dancing at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Dancing at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

People dancing at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Dancing at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Dancing at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

People dancing at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Woman holding a sign at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Woman holding a sign at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Woman holding a sign with the message, 'It's a privilege to learn about racism instead of experiencing it your whole life' at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

432 deaths 0 convictions sign at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

432 deaths 0 convictions sign at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Man holding a sign with the message, '432 deaths 0 convictions' at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Woman wearing a sign at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Woman wearing a sign at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Woman wearing a sign around her neck with the message, 'Racism is a virus we are the vaccine', at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Young women at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Young women at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Young women at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). One is holding a cardboard sign with the message, 'Black Lives Matter #Rest in power'. Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Stop being trash racist sign at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Stop being trash racist sign at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Woman holding a sign with the message, 'Stop being Trash racist' at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). One is holding a cardboard sign with the message, 'Black Lives Matter #Rest in power'. Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".

Protestors with a Call to Action Adelaide banner at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Protestors with a Call to Action Adelaide banner at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).

Protestors with a Call to Action Adelaide banner at the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight rally, Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square). The banner features assorted designs and logos relating to nuclear waste, deaths in custody, and Aboriginal rights. Organised by Sosblakaustralia SA and Adelaide Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, the Black Lives Matter - Keep up the fight march was a subsequent protest to the 'Justice for George Floyd' rally held in June. The purpose of the rally, which started at the northern end of Tarndanyannga and attracted about 1000 people, "was to to fight police violence, racism, and the murder of black people in this country, in solidarity with the Aboriginal liberation struggle, with the struggle in America, and with the global struggle against systematic racism".