- Deveon Joseph, a 2020 graduate, spent his graduation day protesting with the Black Lives Matter movement
- The young man was spotted at University Ave, St. Paul, Minnesota, fully adorned in a gown and cap
- Protests have surged in cities across the United States after the untimely demise of George Floyd, a black man who passed after a white police officer knelt on his neck
A gentleman identified as Deveon Joseph who was part of a 2020 graduating class joined the Black Lives Matter protest all dressed up in his full graduation gown.
The photo was shared on social media by Nathan Aguirre and it quickly went viral because of the seeming courage and passion of the young man.
In the picture, Joseph was spotted at University Ave, St. Paul, Minnesota, with his graduation outfit in what looked like early moments of nightfall.
See photo below:
Protesters have raged in cities across the United States after the untimely demise of George Floyd, a black man who passed after a white police officer knelt on his neck.
The sad event turned out to be one of the many times that black people have had to lose their lives over minor offences or crimes they did not commit at all.
Joseph's passion to join protesters even on his graduation day sparked many reactions on social media.
Nerd Wonder indicates that the young graduate is actually making history
@FickleProd indicates he can't even imagine what being in the young man's shoes would feel like:
Yukie felt sorry for Deveon that he had to graduate at such a time
In other news, the UK has been under lockdown since March and the public has finally gotten a glimpse of Queen Elizabeth II for the first time in months.
On Sunday, May 31, Queen Elizabeth enjoyed a horseback ride at Windsor Castle alongside her daughter, Princess Anne.
The Queen was photographed wearing a colourful headscarf as she rode one of her favourite horses - a 14-year-old Fell Pony called Balmoral Fern.
The public appearance was the Queen's first since March 19 when she was spotted leaving Buckingham Palace to travel to her Windsor Castle home.
The Queen carried out official duties the day before her planned departure, but has since been working from isolation.
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