Another Black Lives Matter protest is set to be held in a Staffordshire town centre.
Organisers are inviting people to join them in a peaceful demonstration at Stafford’s Market Square on Saturday afternoon.
This event comes after a number of protests have taken place worldwide following the death of George Floyd at the hands of a U.S. police officer.
Mr Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, died in Minneapolis, Minnesota, last month when an arresting officer pressed a knee against his neck for almost nine minutes.
Four police officers have since been fired from their jobs and charged over the killing.
A poster advertising the event in Stafford explains it will be a static protest against police brutality and racial injustice, taking place from 2pm.
The protest organisers are also urging those thinking of attending to observe social distancing and wear face masks at all times.
The Stafford demonstration will take place a little more than a week after hundreds of Black Lives Matter campaigners gathered at Stoke-on-Trent’s Hanley Park.
Staffordshire Police have confirmed they are aware of the Stafford protest and StokeonTrentLive has approached the force for a comment on the planned event.
Following the Hanley Park demonstration, Assistant Chief Constable Simon Tweats, of Staffordshire Police, thanked those attending for protesting in a peaceful manner.
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He added: “As we work together to prevent the spread of Covid-19 we would prefer it if gatherings did not take place, but we respect the right of others to peacefully protest.
“With further protests planned across the county we urge people to keep in mind the virus is still a major threat.
“We all have a role and civic duty in protecting the NHS and saving lives – everyone is at risk from this virus including our family and friends.”