- 0.0.1 George Floyd estimated Net Worth, Biography, Age, Height, Dating, Relationship Records, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & many more details have been updated below. Let’s check, How Rich is George Floyd in 2020-2021? Scroll below and check more detailed information about Current Net worth as well as Monthly/Year salaries, Expenses, Income Reports!
- 0.1 Who is George Floyd?
- 0.2 Net Worth
- 1 George Floyd Net Worth: $1 million to $5 million
George Floyd estimated Net Worth, Biography, Age, Height, Dating, Relationship Records, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & many more details have been updated below. Let’s check, How Rich is George Floyd in 2020-2021? Scroll below and check more detailed information about Current Net worth as well as Monthly/Year salaries, Expenses, Income Reports!
Who is George Floyd?
George Perry Floyd Jr., often known as George Floyd, was an African American man who became a household figure after being assassinated by police officers in Minneapolis, Minnesota. George’s killing became a symbol of America’s systemic racism, and protests against police violence and racism erupted around the world.
George Floyd was born in Fayetteville, North Carolina, on October 14, 1973, to George Perry and Larcenia Jones Floyd. He has three children and was the oldest of five siblings. Floyd went to work as a security guard at El Nuevo Rodeo Club. Simultaneously, he began working as a delivery driver in 2020 but was fired for driving without a legal commercial license. When the pandemic hit Minnesota in March, the club closed, and his financial position deteriorated.
George Floyd estimated Net Worth, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & many more details have been updated below. Let’s check, How Rich is George Floyd in 2020 -2021?
George Floyd Net Worth:
$1 million to $5 million
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Protests Against Police Departments Across the Globe
The assassination of George Floyd resurrected the long-standing issue of police brutality and racism in the United States. Even though it was during the COVID outbreak, many people took to the streets to protest Floyd’s death and racism in the country. Floyd’s final words, “I Can’t Breathe,” became a rallying cry for protesters.
The demonstration quickly spread across the country, and calls for the police to be defunded began. Furthermore, countries from all over the world expressed their solidarity for the protests, and different Floyd rallies erupted around the globe.
The Death of George Floyd
On May 25, 2020, George Floyd died after a white Minnesota cop, Derek Cauvin, placed his knee to Floyd’s neck for 9 minutes and 29 seconds. Floyd, who was shackled and lying face down in the street, cried out repeatedly, “I Can’t Breathe,” but the cop disregarded him and proceeded until he was immobile and had no pulse. Medical assistance was eventually dispatched, but it was too late. Floyd was 46 years old when he passed away.
Some passers-by had a glimpse of Floyd’s death while walking down the street. Minneapolis police were heavily chastised after the video went viral. The station fired Derek Chauvin and the other three policemen who were present at the incident, J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane, and Tou Thao, on the spot.
Chauvin was also charged with unintended second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter. He was convicted guilty of all charges on April 20, 2021, and is currently awaiting his punishment, which will be revealed on June 25. Meanwhile, he has asked for a new trial. The other three officers’ trials are slated for August 23, 2021.
Floyd’s GoFundMe Campaign
Floyd’s funeral expenditures have been funded through a GoFundMe site, which will also help his family. This website set a new record for the number of people that donated. It received almost $13 million from over 125 nations, according to reports. Floyd’s name was also used to fund scholarships at various universities.
During this time, numerous organizations and celebrities donated to the Black Live Matter movement. Reed Hastings, the CEO of Netflix, and his wife made a $120 million commitment to several historically black institutions and universities.