Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson take part in “Walking in Unity” protest for racial justice

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Several NBA players took part in different forms of protest in order to advocate for racial justice and reform after the killing of George Floyd at the hands of four Minneapolis police officers.

According to Warriors.com:

“On Wednesday, Dubs forward Juan Toscano-Anderson organized Walking in Unity, a peaceful walk around Lake Merritt in Oakland. Teammates Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Kevon Looney and Damion Lee joined in solidarity.”

The Warriors supporting the fight against systemic racism and racial inequality with several ways encouraging the people to work together and leave aside the racial discrimination, which led to many people losing their lives because of their skin color.

On Saturday, the Warriors made their stance known on Saturday when a statement was released in support of the Black community.