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U.S. Embassy in South Korea Unfurls Giant Black Lives Matter Banner

The U.S. Embassy in Seoul, South Korea, unfurled a banner reading “Black Lives Matter” throughout its structure and posted on social media Saturday that it stood “in solidarity with fellow Americans grieving and peacefully protesting to demand positive change.”

The U.S. Embassy stands in uniformity with fellow Americans grieving and in harmony objecting to require favorable modification. Our #BlackLivesMatter banner shows our assistance for the battle versus racial oppression and cops cruelty as we aim to be a more inclusive & & simply society. pic.twitter.com/Y4Thr2MRdw

— U.S. Embassy Seoul (@USEmbassySeoul) June 13,2020

Harry Harris, the U.S. ambassador to South Korea, shared the tweet.

Harris estimated former President John F. Kennedy: “If we cannot now end our differences, at least we can help make the world safe for diversity.”

Harris added that Martin Luther King Jr.’s work to end racial oppression stayed incomplete in the world which “that work falls on each of us today.”

When Dr. Benjamin Mays provided Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s eulogy in 1968, he stated Dr. King’s “unfinished work on earth must truly be our own.” Current weeks advise us that MLK’s work stays incomplete. Pals, I think that work falls on each people today.

— Harry Harris (@USAmbROK) June 13,2020

This is not the first time the U.S. Embassy in Seoul has actually significantly revealed assistance for a social cause. In 2019, the office was in the business of a handful of other U.S. embassies– consisting of those in Santiago, Chile, and New Delhi– that defied a State Department order not to raise a Pride flag. Rather, it put a Pride banner on its exterior.

The actions were referred to as “category one insurrection” by a confidential diplomat near to the State Department, according to The Washington Post. The embassy showed the banner for 3 weeks prior to taking it down.

This year, the banner was unfurled once again for Pride Month, according to current geotagged social media reports and posts in South Koreanmedia

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