- Anthony Joshua was part of the people who staged a 'Black Lives Matter' protest in Watford
- The 30-year-old also delivered a powerful powen at the rally
- It was one of the numerous walks organised to honour life after George Floyd's death
- The 46-year-old was murdered by a Minneapolis policeman late last month
Two-time heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua joined the fight against brutality against the black race in his hometown in Watford.
The 30-year-old Briton who recently suffered a minor injury while on lockdown needed a pair of crutches to join the protest with the slogan 'Black Lives Matter'.
This is as a result of the 46-year-old American George Floyd, who was murdered by a Minneapolis policeman late last month.
The death has seen protesters hit the streets in all 50 American states, with other countries showing solidarity by speaking up against the ill-treatment against the black people.
However, Joshua did not only March, but the boxer of Nigerian descent also delivered a powerful poem to the people gathered at a park from another Watford local and friend.
According to Sky Sport, this was one of the numerous Black Lives Matter protests in the UK staged on Saturday.
Although, they were said to have ignored the government's health secretary Matt Hancock warning against the risks not social distancing in the face of COVID-19.
In a speech shared via his official Instagram account, 30-year-old Joshua said: "We can no longer sit back and remain silent on these senseless, unlawful killings and sly racism on another human being - based on what? Only their skin colour.
"We need to speak out in peaceful demonstrations - just like today, so well done Watford. "We must not use a demonstration for selfish motives and turn it into rioting and looting."
The 30-year-old who wore a black hooded leather top along with one black leather glove and a Black Lives Matter T-shirt joined other people who spoke at the gathering.
Joshua's spokesperson told the Daily Mail about his injury: "Anthony felt a slight twinge in his knee whilst training.
"The brace is a precautionary measure on the advice of physios. It will be further checked by his doctors but there is no immediate concern."
Legit.ng earlier reported that Michael Jordan has revealed that his brand will be donating $100m over the next ten years in ensuring racial equality in the United States.
This development comes days after African-American George Floyd lost his life after been tortured by police which has brought serious anger among people all over the world.
Michael Jordan was so sad and livid with how George Floyd was murdered by the American police who gave him no chance after he was arrested.
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