Terrence Floyd Wiki – Terrence Floyd Bio
Terrence Floyd is the brother of George Floyd. Terrence Floyd in an interview on Monday said that his older brother George Floyd had not wanted people to participate in violent protests for his name, and warned that he risked overshadowing peaceful protests against racism in police departments.
“He would want us to seek justice the way we are, the way we’re trying to do, but channel it another way,” Terrence Floyd said Monday on “Good Morning America.”
“Ripping up, damaging your hometown is not the way he’d want,” he added.
- “I just want to feel my brother’s spirit … to connect with him again.” Terrence Floyd reacts to the protests that have erupted across the country after his brother’s death as he plans to make a visit to the site where his brother died in Minneapolis. https://t.co/we0hSARItv pic.twitter.com/f5a0HfABR3
“He was about peace, he was about unity. The things that’s transpiring now, they may call it unity, but it’s destructive unity. It’s not what he was about. That’s not what my brother was about,” Terrence Floyd added.
Terrence Floyd said that his brother was a “gentle giant” who was always able to motivate others regardless of the difficulties they were going through. He said George Floyd would be motivating others to channel their anger to “do something positive or make a change in another way.”
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On Monday, he plans to visit the site in Minneapolis where his brother took his last breaths.
“I just had to come down here, and let people know, just channel your anger elsewhere,” he said.
George Floyd’s younger brother Terrence is asking for peace after his brother died in police custody. Terrence told ABC News that he condemns the violent protests that take place and wants everyone to know that George defended peace.
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