US TV networks and streaming services take a stand against racism

Activists from the South London branch of Stand Up To Racism hold a protest at the US Embassy in Vauxhall. (Getty Images)
Activists from the South London branch of Stand Up To Racism hold a protest at the US Embassy in Vauxhall. (Getty Images)
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Television networks and streaming services in the US are taking a stand against racism.

Over the weekend anti-racism protests around the country intensified as people took to the street over the death of George Floyd.

The 46-year-old was killed while being apprehended by police on 25 May.

Media companies took to social media to voice their support for the Black Lives Matter movement.

HBO, Netflix, YouTube, Hulu, Starz, Amazon Prime, Warner Brothers, Viacom and E Entertainment have come out in solidarity.

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