Social protests continue in New York City

This Friday, celebrations for Emancipation Day were held throughout the city, known in English as Juneteenth.

The largest group of protesters gathered in Central Park.

After walking through Manhattan and making stops at Washington Square Park, Bryant Park, and Columbus Circle, the marchers concentrated on the section Great Lawn from the Central Park.

Meanwhile, in Brooklyn, crowds gathered at Grand Army Plaza to celebrate the Juneteenth and continue to demand police reform.

Large demonstrations were also found in Fort Greene Park and the Barclays Center.

The demonstrations are scheduled to continue through the weekend.

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